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P C C C L AS S ES STA RT septe m ber 2 0

With new facilities opening in Washington County and


on the MAX line in downtown Portland -- plus breaking
ground in Newberg -- PCC is widening its horizons
www.pcc.edu/schedule
PCC meeting
challenges head-on
Preston Pulliams, District President
Start Here!
Portland Community College New students
You are considered a new student
if you have not taken a PCC credit
class in the past two years.
Dear Friends: If you are going to take:
Credit Classes: follow the steps
Welcome to fall 2010 term at Portland Community College!
beginning on page 4.
The state’s budget woes remain a two-pronged challenge for all 17 of Oregon’s independent Non-credit Classes: Register online
at https://www.pcc.edu/admissions/.
community colleges.
RETURNING Students
First, enrollment always rises sharply when the economy weakens. That’s because so many
Oregonians turn to community colleges as a life raft to get through uncertain times. Our If you have taken a PCC credit class
enrollment is up almost 20 percent compared to last year. And last fall’s enrollment was up in the past two years follow the
almost 15 percent compared to 2008! registration steps on page 4.
Fall registration for degree seeking
Thousands of Oregon families are turning to the community colleges for a high-quality but students began June 25.
affordable education opportunity. Some want a new career as they face lay-offs or business
closures. Others just want to sharpen up the résumé in the event of worsening news. Still others Admissions Offices
decide that this is the right time to go get that certificate or get a jump-start on a four-year (503) 977-8888
degree, and to just avoid the job market for now.
Cascade, Student Services Building,
Room 102B
For whatever reason, PCC seems the right choice at the right time and our enrollment figures
are skyrocketed. Rock Creek, Building 9,
Room 102
Second, the state Legislature – facing no good options – cut our budget in 2009 by 10 percent. Southeast Center, Mt. Tabor Hall,
Gov. Ted Kulongoski, looking at yet another economic downturn, cut our budget by another Great Hall
9 percent this summer. Sylvania, College Center,
Room 208
Many more students; much less state funding.

It’s a difficult combination.

Fortunately, our staff and faculty are ready for that challenge. Thanks to voter support in 2008,
Thousands of
our bond measure was a success and we are opening new facilities in Washington County, students use MyPCC
Newberg and downtown Portland. We are freeing up space for much-needed classrooms and each term
labs at all three primary campuses plus the Southeast Center. And starting soon, we will begin Besides registering for classes,
remodeling or construction projects on all campuses. you can:
• Contact your instructors
You can learn more – and you can get involved – by going online to www.pcc.edu/bond. (Staff Directory or My Courses tab)
• See what’s going on
Rising to meet challenges? PCC is all about that. (College Announcements and
Calendar of Events)
• See what’s for lunch each day
Sincerely, (PCC Life tab)
• Check your financial aid status
(College Business tab)
• Print an enrollment verification
Preston Pulliams report for your insurance
College President (College Business tab)
my.pcc.edu
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Contents
Ten Steps to PCC Success.......................................................... 4 Student Resources .................................................................. 5
Academic Calendar and Final Exam Schedule.................................. 5 Class Locations................................................................... 124
College Policies...................................................................... 5 Maps................................................................................ 126

Credit Classes
Accounting (See Business Administration).....................24 Economics......................................................................48 Medical Laboratory Technology......................................82
Administrative Assistant (See Computer Applications and Education........................................................................48 Medical Terminology.......................................................83
Office Systems)..........................................................35 Electrical Trades..............................................................49 Microelectronics Technology
Alcohol and Drug Counseling...........................................6 Electronic Engineering Technology.................................50 (Solar Voltaic Manufacturing)....................................83
Anthropology....................................................................7 Emergency Management.................................................51 Multimedia......................................................................84
Apprenticeship..................................................................7 Emergency Medical Technician.......................................51 Music..............................................................................85
Architectural Design and Drafting.....................................8 Emergency Telecommunicator 9-1-1 Training Program..52 Music (Professional).......................................................86


Art ....................................................................................9 Engineering.....................................................................53 Nursing...........................................................................87
Auto Collision Repair .....................................................12 English . .........................................................................54 Occupational Skills Training............................................87
Automotive Service Technology......................................12 English for Speakers of Other Languages........................55 Ophthalmic Medical Technician......................................87
Aviation Maintenance Technology...................................13 Environmental Studies and Resources............................58 Paralegal.........................................................................88
Aviation Science..............................................................14 Facilities Maintenance....................................................59 Parent Education.............................................................89
Biology (also Anatomy)...................................................18 Fire Protection................................................................60 Philosophy......................................................................89
Bioscience Technology....................................................23 Fitness Technology.........................................................61 Physical Education and Dance........................................90
Building Construction Technology..................................23 Foods and Nutrition........................................................61 Physical Science.............................................................95
Building Inspection Technology......................................24 French.............................................................................61 Physics...........................................................................96
Business Administration Geography......................................................................62 Political Science.............................................................97
(Accounting, International Business, Geology..........................................................................62 Psychology.....................................................................97
Management, Marketing and Retail Management)......24 German...........................................................................63 Radiography....................................................................99
Career Help and College Success...................................27 Gerontology....................................................................63
Reading...........................................................................99
Career Pathways Program...............................................31 Graphic Design...............................................................64
Real Estate....................................................................100
Chemistry.......................................................................31 Health Education.............................................................65
Religious Studies..........................................................101
Chicano Latino Studies...................................................34 Health Information Management.....................................66
Russian.........................................................................101
Chinese...........................................................................34 History............................................................................67
Service-Learning...........................................................101
Civil and Mechanical Engineering Technology (CMET)...34 Honors............................................................................68
Sign Language Interpretation Program..........................103
Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CAD)...................34 Humanities......................................................................69
Sign Language Studies.................................................103
Computer Applications and Office Systems....................35 Information Literacy........................................................69
Computer Information Systems.......................................40 Sociology......................................................................103
Interior Design................................................................69
Computer Science...........................................................43 Japanese.........................................................................70 Spanish.........................................................................104
Criminal Justice..............................................................43 Journalism......................................................................70 Speech Communication................................................106
Culinary Assistant Training.............................................45 Landscape Technology....................................................70 Study Abroad................................................................107
Dance..............................................................................45 Legal Assistant (See Paralegal).......................................88 Theater Arts and Dance.................................................108
Dealer Service Technology (ThinkBIG)............................46 Machine Manufacturing Technology...............................71 Undecided Students (see Career Help, College Success)...28
Dental Assisting..............................................................46 Management (See Business Administration)...................24 Veterinary Technology...................................................108
Dental Hygiene................................................................46 Management and Supervisory Development...................74 Video Production Internship.........................................109
Dental Technology...........................................................46 Mathematics...................................................................76 Welding Technology......................................................109
Diesel Service Technology..............................................46 Mechanical Engineering Technology (See CMET)...........34 Women’s Studies...........................................................111
Early Education and Family Studies................................47 Medical Assisting...........................................................82 Writing..........................................................................111

Portland Community College adds new degree programs


Non-Credit, Community Education and
Continuing Education Classes Starting now, PCC is offering training in more career fields.
Check out our new programs in:
Adult Basic Education (ABE/GED).................................116 l Chinese language courses: at Cascade and Southeast, see
CLIMB Professional Development................................116 page 34.
Database Admin Development (CEU)............................116
l Microelectronics Solar option, short term training in
Health Care Professionals.............................................117
Leadership (CEU)..........................................................119 Solar Panel manufacturing, see page 52.
Multimedia (CEU).........................................................119 l Two-year degree in Retail Management,

Operating Systems (CEU).............................................119 see classes beginning on page 15.


PC/Desktop Support (CEU)...........................................120 l Biosciences, see classes on page 14.
Process Improvement (CEU).........................................120 l Biomedical Engineering Technology and Renewable Energy
Programming (CEU).....................................................120
Systems options for EET, see page 32.
Security (CEU)..............................................................121
l MRI Technologist Training Program, see page 61.
Small Business Development Center............................121
Technology for Small Business (CEU)...........................122 l Green Technology degree option available
Web Development (CEU)...............................................122 Mechanical and Civil Engineering Technology, see page 34.
Workplace Applications and Tools (CEU)......................123
l Occupational Therapy Assistant degree. This is a closed
program. For more information on how to apply please call
503-614-7372.
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The Ten Steps To PCC Success

1 Apply for Admission 5 Meet with an Advisor or Counselor


Apply online or in person at one of our admissions offices. Get help planning a course of study to reach your goals.
P O L I C I E S / R E S O U R C E S
A D M I S S I O N / T U I T I O N /

www.pcc.edu/admissions www.pcc.edu/advising
If you’re applying as an international student or for a dual enrollment
program, you’ll use a different application. 6 Register for Classes
International students – www.pcc.edu/international www.pcc.edu/registration

Dual enrollment students – www.pcc.edu/dual


7 Manage your Registration
Review PCC’s registration policies to find out about dropping or withdrawing
2 Take College Placement Tests
from classes, late registration, cancelled classes, refunds, past due accounts
All students attending college for the first time who plan to and more.
earn a certificate, associate degree or transfer degree must
complete placement tests. www.pcc.edu/regpolicies

www.pcc.edu/testing 8 Arrange Transportation


Purchase your parking permit online, learn about our free shuttle busses and
3 Learn about Funding Options discounted Tri-Met pass (Student Select Pass).
A quality education is expensive, but tuition help is available.
www.pcc.edu/parking
Financial Aid – www.pcc.edu/fa
Veterans Benefits – www.pcc.edu/vets 9 Pay for Classes
Full payment of your account balance must be received by due date for the
Scholarships – www.pcc.edu/scholarships term. If you register after that date, payment is due immediately. Look for
Payment Plan Options – www.pcc.edu/payplan your bill and account balance under the MyAccount Channel on the College
Business tab in MyPCC.  Find payment options, common fees and due dates
4 Complete a New Student Orientation online.
Complete a New Student Orientation in person or online. www.pcc.edu/tuition
www.pcc.edu/orientation
10 Graduate!
As you near completion of your program requirements, submit a graduation
application to Student Records.
www.pcc.edu/graduate
College Policies
Attendance Social Security Number
www.pcc.edu/attendance www.pcc.edu/ssn
Electronic Communication
www.pcc.edu/communication Student Financial Responsibilities
www.pcc.edu/tuition
Non-discrimination
www.pcc.edu/about/affirmative-action/
Privacy of Student Records
EEOstatement.html
Director, Affirmative Action: www.pcc.edu/privacy
DC 301, District Section 504 , (971) 722-5841 For questions about this policy please contact Student Records
Coordinator: at (971) 722-7100.
Maria Mendez, maria.mendez7@pcc.edu, DC 306, (971) 722-5851
Title IX Coordinator: STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Dick Magruder, richard.magruder@pcc.edu, CA PE 101, (503) 978-5513 www.pcc.edu/about/policy/student-rights/

Other Student Resources


Distance Education Computer Help Desk (for students)
www.pcc.edu/about/distance E-mail shd@pcc.edu or call (503) 977-8222
503-977-4730
Tax Credits for Education
International Students www.pcc.edu/tax-credits
www.pcc.edu/international
BOOKSTORE
http://bookstore.pcc.edu
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FALL TERM 2010: IMPORTANT DATES

June 25 Online registration begins for degree-seeking students MyPCC Services

FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE


ACADEMIC CALENDAR/
who were enrolled in classes spring term 2010.
June 30 Online registration begins for non-degree seeking and All students are provided with a MyPCC account for
non-credit students. convenient access to email and the following online services:
September 6 College Closed: Holiday Registration:
Register for classes, view or print your class schedule.
Sept. 13–14 College inservice. Offices open at 2 p.m.
September 17 Application deadline for 50/50 Deferred Payment Plan Financial Aid:
and FA Direct Deposit. Check your financial aid status, eligibility and awards.
September 20 Beginning of term.
Student Records:
September 24 Last day to drop 8 to 10 week classes with removal View your holds, final grades, academic transcripts, student
of tuition and fees account summary and tax information. Request enrollment
October 1 Payment due date. verification from National Student Clearinghouse.
Last day to drop 11 to 12 week classes with removal of
tuition and fees. Personal Information:
Last day to select AUD (Audit) for a grade option. View your address, phone number and email records.
October 27 Faculty Inservice – Classes beginning before 4 pm
are cancelled. Classes beginning after 4 pm or after PCC-Pay:
will be held. Pay by e-check or credit card, set up third party payers,
authorize others to pay on your account, view your current
November 11 College Closed: Holiday
account balance, view and print eBill, access student
November 12 Last day to withdraw from11 to 12 week classes
account policies and forms.
with a W (withdrawal) mark.
Last day to change grade option between letter grade Parking:
and P/NP. Purchase parking permit and appeal a citation.
Nov. 25–26 College Closed: Holiday
December 6–12 Final Exams Distance Learning:
Contact 503-977-4655.
FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE New!
Full Term Classes (11-12 weeks): Final exams are scheduled for the last week You can now check the status of your financial aid, see your
of each term at the scheduled final exam time. It is the instructor’s prerogative account balance and access Veteran’s Services via the new and
to use the scheduled final exam time for purposes other than a final exam (e.g., improved “College Business” tab.
presentations), but classes will meet during finals week at the scheduled final
exam time. On-line classes require student- instructor interaction during finals
week.
For a detailed final exam schedule and other information pertaining to final
exams, including information for less than full term classes, please view the
academic calendar online and click on the Final Exams link (listed near the end
of each term) or visit this site directly: Effective Fall 2010–New Senior
www.pcc.edu/programs/schedules/finals.html
Option for Credit Courses!
TUITION AND FEES SCHEDULE Senior citizens are eligible for our new Senior Option
tuition waiver courtesy of an Oregon legislative
Resident Tuition (per credit) 1 $76.00
Non-resident Tuition (per credit) $204.00 initiative.
Technology Fee (per credit) $4.50
Student Activity Fee (per credit) $1.70 The existing non-credit discount for seniors will remain
Distance Learning Fee (per course) $20.00 in effect.
College Service Fee - (per term) $19.00
Lab Fees (per course - $45 maximum) Varies For complete details, please visit
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To qualify for resident tuition you must be an American citizen or immigrant with permanent resident
www.pcc.edu/senioroption
status in Oregon, or the bordering states of California, Nevada, Idaho or Washington.

Other fees may apply. For a complete list visit www.pcc.edu/tuition


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AD 150 Basic Counseling and Addiction, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces basic skills re-
Alcohol and Drug Counselor quired for establishing an effective professional helping relationship. Emphasizes in-class
C R E D I T C L A S S E S – FA L L 2 0 1 0

practice and feedback. Prerequisite: AD 101. Prerequisite/concurrent: WR 122.


Cascade JH 210, www.pcc.edu/programs/ad-counseling, 503-978-5661 44638 Cascade SC 301 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Garber
Student must register for both AD 150 & 151.
AD 151 Basic Counsel Skills Mastery, 1.00 Cr.—Provides an opportunity to
For program advising call 503-978-5507 to schedule an appointment with Merry Boyd demonstrate a minimum level of facilitative skills required for initial practicum placement.
Bunch. For practicum advising call Susan Garber at 503-978-5245. Additional information Demonstrate mastery in responding to client behavior, content, feelings and meaning,
can be found at www.pcc.edu/programs/alcohol-counseling. For additional program or through in-class practice and videotape review. Offered on a pass/no pass basis only.
application material call 503-978-5667. Prerequisite: AD 101. Prerequisite/concurrent: WR 122.
Alcohol and drug counselors work in treatment settings to professionally help chemically 41922 Cascade SC 301 9:00p–9:50p T 9/21–12/7 Garber
dependent clients. The Alcohol and Drug Counselor Program helps prepare students for Students must register for both AD 150 & 151.
the Oregon Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor examination. Students are admitted each AD 152 Group Counsel and Addiction, 3.00 Cr.—Provides exposure to the con-
term after meeting specified requirements. cepts of group process, group development and leader facilitation skills. Special emphasis
on group therapy and the addiction counselor. Prerequisite: AD 101. Prerequisite/concur-
AD Open Courses rent: WR 122.
The following classes are open to the general public and students who are considering 40227 Cascade SC 301 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Garber
applying for the Alcohol and Drug Counselor program. 45874 Cascade JH 106 1:00p–3:50p W 9/22–12/8 Garber
AD 101 Alcohol Use and Addiction, 3.00 Cr.—Basic overview of addiction with AD 153 Theories of Counseling, 3.00 Cr.—Basic theories of counseling, emphasiz-
emphasis on alcohol addiction. Considers physiology, psychology, treatment, preven- ing treatment of addiction. Developmental model of recovery is used as a basis for discus-
tion, recovery and relapse. Required for students wishing to enter the Alcohol and Drug sion and comparison of the various theories. Prerequisite: AD 101.
Counselor Program. 41522 Cascade JH 106 9:30a–12:20p S 9/25–12/11 Elliott
41208 Cascade JH 102 6:00p–8:50p F 9/24–12/10 Gieber AD 154 Client Record Mgmt & Addiction, 3.00 Cr.—Provides the student the
Co-enrollment in LIB 101 recommended. knowledge and skills needed to plan treatment and manage client records. Explores meth-
w Distance Learning: Online Class ods for making decisions regarding goals and objectives to be reached by clients during
41920 For info contact: Cascade Spraggins and after treatment. Covers all aspects of client record management including federal and
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. state regulations and American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) placement criteria.
AD 102 Drug Use and Addiction, 3.00 Cr.—Considers current drug use and Prerequisite: AD 101. Prerequisite/concurrent: WR 122.
psychological/behavioral aspects of client misuse or addiction. Includes drug chemis- 44640 Cascade TH 202 3:00p–5:50p R 9/23–12/9 Gray
try, physiological effects of drug use upon the body and specific treatment formats and AD 155 Motivational Interview & Addic, 3.00 Cr.—Designed to facilitate the ac-
techniques. quisition of motivational interviewing counseling skills as applied to the arena of addiction
41358 Cascade TH 202 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Johnson counseling. Prerequisites: AD 101, AD 150, AD 151, WR 121. Prerequisite or concurrent:
WR 122.
w Distance Learning: Online Class
44637 For info contact: Cascade Griesar 40646 Cascade JH 207 5:30p–8:20p T 9/21–12/7 Gieber
Students must register for both AD 155 & 157.
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
AD 157 Motivational Lab, 1.00 Cr.—Provides an opportunity to demonstrate a
AD 103 Women and Addiction, 3.00 Cr.—Investigates patterns of alcohol and
minimum level of facilitative skills required for Motivational Interviewing (MI) as adapted
drug use and abuse by women in our society. Explores models of treatment and recovery
with the “Anchor Point System” (APS). Demonstrates initial mastery of micro-counseling
specific to the needs of women and the relationship of substance abuse to social issues.
skills of the MI/APS through the creation of multimedia video/audio segments. Offered on
42606 Cascade JH 104 2:30p–5:20p T 9/21–12/7 Elliott
a pass/no pass basis only. Co-requisite: AD 155.
AD 104 Multicultural Counseling, 3.00 Cr.—Focuses on diversity of popula- 44641 Cascade JH 207 8:30p–9:20p T 9/21–12/7 Gieber
tions using addiction counseling services. Emphasizes developing sensitivity to relevant Students must register for both AD 155 & 157.
cultural differences and building skills in addressing them. AD 201 Families and Addiction, 3.00 Cr.—A comprehensive survey of all topics re-
46858 Cascade JH 106 6:00p–8:50p F 9/24–12/10 Elliott lated to family work, from intervention to recovery, covering the scope of family work with
AD 105 Aging & Addiction, 3.00 Cr.—Covers drug and alcohol addiction among a special population of families impacted by addiction, whether current or intergenera-
older adults, including prescription and other drugs and alcohol, used either alone or tional. Covers the initial contact with a family, defining and describing all of the possible
in combination. As tolerance to the effects of alcohol and other drugs decline, aging dynamics, needs and interventions defined in current literature. Prerequisite: AD 101.
adults have higher risk factors. Addresses issues specific to aging, including late onset 48269 Cascade JH 207 6:00a–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 TBA
addiction, effects of use on performance of activities of daily living, treatment issues and AD 270B Practicum: Addiction- Seminar, 2.00 Cr.—Focuses on the integration
co-occurring disorders such as depression or other chronic illnesses. A multicultural and synthesis of academic preparation with “real world” addiction counseling experience.
perspective is used, including the role of social class and gender issues. Fee: $20 Includes consideration of counselor self-care, healthy work practice, professional ethics
w Distance Learning: Online Class and ongoing professional development. Corequisites: AD 270a.
43645 For info contact: Cascade Spraggins 44650 Cascade JH 106 3:00p–4:50p M 9/20–12/6 Garber
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 44651 Cascade JH 207 6:00p–7:50p F 9/24–12/10 Otis
AD 184 Men & Addiction, 3.00 Cr.—Provides an in-depth view of the biological, w Distance Learning: Online Class
cultural, and sociological origins of male roles and behavior and explore the implications 45881 For info contact: Cascade Gray
of this for understanding mental health, sexuality, addiction, and criminal behavior of men. Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Course develops a framework for the essential elements of gender- specific treatment for AD 270a Practicum: Addiction, 1.00 TO 6.00 Cr.—Field placement in an addiction
boys and men. counseling or DUII educational facility. Students are required to complete a minimum of
48048 Cascade JH 207 5:30p–8:20p M 9/20–12/6 Morrow two six month placements for a total of 18 credits. Prerequisites: AD 102, 105, 151, 152,
AD 241 Prevention Theory & Practice, 3.00 Cr.—Provides knowledge of preven- 153, 154, 155, 156. Corequisite: AD 270B.
tion basics including history, Risk/Protective Factors, research-based best practices, the 44643 Cascade CAHOSP . TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/10 Garber
prevention continuum of care, resiliency and assets. Builds skills in identifying com- This practicum is 3 credits.
munity needs and planning comprehensive prevention programs. Includes professional 44644 Cascade CAHOSP TBA TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/10 Garber
responsibilities, scope of practice, cultural factors and ethics. Explores and evaluates This practicum is 4 credits.
alcohol, tobacco and other drug curriculums. Investigates how to match programs to 44645 Cascade CAHOSP . TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/10 Garber
target audiences. This practicum is 5 credits.
41090 Cascade TH 112 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Dale 44646 Cascade CAHOSP . TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/10 Garber
This practicum is 6 credits.
AD Restricted Admission Courses 44647 Cascade CAHOSP . TBA
This practicum is 3 credits.
MTWRF 9/20–12/10 Otis
The following courses are open to current Alcohol and Drug Counselors on a space 44648 Cascade CAHOSP . TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/10 Otis
available basis, after admitted students have registered. Call 503-978-5254 to receive This practicum is 4 credits.
permission to register. 44649 Cascade CAHOSP . TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/10 Otis
This practicum is 5 credits.
45875 Cascade CAHOSP TBA TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/10 Otis
This practicum is 6 credits.
L atest I n f o : www. p cc . ed u / sc h ed u le M = M o n T = T u es W = W ed R = T h u r F = F ri S = S at U = S u n
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45876 Cascade CAHOSP . TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/10 Gray 42230 Sylvania SS 116 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/11 Hart-Landsber
This practicum is 3 credits. 44379 Sylvania SS 116 5:00p–6:50p TR 9/21–12/11 TBA

C R E D I T C L A S S E S – FA L L 2 0 1 0
45877 Cascade CAHOSP . TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/10 Gray x Distance Learning: Telecourse-Online
This practicum is 4 credits. 41907 For info contact: Sylvania Courtis
45878 Cascade CAHOSP . TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/10 Gray Series: Cultural Anthropology: Our Diverse World
This practicum is 5 credits.
Required Orientation: Online Orientation; log in after 9am on the first day of
45879 Cascade CAHOSP . TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/10 Gray
This practicum is 6 credits. classes at www.distance.pcc.edu
Viewing Times: Comcast Cable CH27: Tuesday and Thursday 3-4pm, Friday
AD 270C Prevention Practicum, 3.00 Cr.—Works with a prevention professional 5-6pm and Sunday 2-3pm
mentor to achieve knowledge of Addiction Counselor Certification Board of Oregon (AC- Viewing Options: DVD (bkstr), cable tv, streaming, PCC library
CBO), Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Abuse Prevention Domains. Learns professional Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
responsibilities and growth, cultural sensitivity and ethics. Prerequisites: AD 101, AD 102,
AD 241, AD 242, WR 121. Prerequisite/concurrent: WR 122. Students must document ATH 207 Cult Ath: Cult Concepts, 4.00 Cr.—Examines different schools of
two years of not abusing alcohol and other drugs, and pass the criminal history check as anthropological thought and the concept of culture from a historical perspective. Emphasis
outlined in ACCBO Certified Prevention Specialist certification standards, and department placed upon the importance of culture in explaining similarities and differences in our
approval. evolving world system. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent place-
45882 Cascade CAHOSP . TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/10 Garber ment test scores. Fee: $20
AD 270D Prevention Practicum:Seminar, 2.00 Cr.—Focuses on prevention w Distance Learning: Online Class
specialist’s supervised learning experience including professional growth and responsibil- 43456 For info contact: Sylvania Courtis
ity, prevention specialist ethics, five professional domains of prevention, and integration Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
of academic preparation with “real world” experience. Prerequisites: AD 101, AD 102, AD ATH 211 Selected Topics Anthropology, 4.00 Cr.—Focuses on a specific
241, AD 242, WR 121. Prerequisite/concurrent: WR 122. Corequisite: AD 270C. Students anthropological topic and explores it in detail. Topics are drawn from the four sub-fields
must document two years of not abusing alcohol and other drugs, and pass the criminal of anthropology and provide an in depth examination and analysis of the chosen subject.
history check as outlined in ACCBO Certified Prevention Specialist certification standards, Topic specific theories and methods also highlighted.
and department approval. 42898 Sylvania TCB 218 10:00a–1:50p F 9/21–12/11 Courtis
45880 Cascade JH 106 3:00p–4:50p M 9/20–12/6 Garber Norse Shamanism
AD 278 Practicum Prep, 1.00 Cr.—Provides student with the opportunity to demon- ATH 232 Native North Americans, 4.00 Cr.—Surveys anthropology and distribution
strate facility with the documentation required for the A/D practicum course, and develop of the native North American peoples. Presents history of anthropological research and the
an individualized plan for success in practicum. Prerequisite/Concurrent: AD 101, 102, prehistory, languages and culture areas of native North America. Specific native groups
150, 151, 156, and WR 121. Fee: $20 will be surveyed to better depict the life ways of the major cultural and geographic divi-
sions. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores.
w Distance Learning: Online Class 41256 Sylvania ST 234 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/11 Wihr
44642 For info contact: Cascade Maldonado
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. ATH 234 Crosscultural Views of Death, 4.00 Cr.—An interdisciplinary study
into cross-cultural variations regarding human responses to death and the differing
cosmological implications these suggest. Death, a cultural universal, is addressed in its
diversity from both anthropological and sociological perspectives. The subject of death
Anthropology as experienced by several major regions and cultures of the world is explored, including
Asia, India, Bali, Middle East, Melanesia and Native American; historical trends in Western
Cascade TH 220, 503-978-5251 Office, 503-978-5215 Dept Chair Europe and Americas are assessed regarding the evolution of contemporary perspec-
Rock Cr 3/201, 503-614-7327 tives on mortality. ATH 234 and SOC 234 cannot both be taken for credit. Recommend: A
Sylvania SS 217, 503-977-4289 course in Anthropology or Sociology.
43457 Sylvania ST 101 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/11 Pataki

ATH 101 Intro to Physical Anthropology, 4.00 Cr.—Presents physical anthropol-


ogy and the study of human biological evolution in the context of modern genetics and
primate behavior studies. Examines human fossil record, as well as the diversity and
commonality of present and past populations of humankind. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD
Apprenticeship
115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores. Cascade TEB, Room 103, 503-978-5651, 503-978-5650
41384 Cascade SC 301 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Ellis
40909 Rock Cr BLDG2 110 6:00p–9:50p M 9/20–12/6 Ellis
40337 Sylvania SS 116 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/11 Pataki All apprenticeship classes are open enrollment and open to the general public. Successful
40672 Sylvania ST 234 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/11 Wihr completion of Apprenticeship course alone, does not allow a student to take a state exami-
nation and gain a license for a journey card. In order to qualify for Oregon State license
x Distance Learning: Telecourse-Online or journeyman exam, completion of both OJT and RT hours are required as outlined by
42617 For info contact: Sylvania Wihr
Series: Physical Anthropology: the Evolving Human the specific trade JATC. Additional Apprenticeship electives may be found in the Electrical
Required Orientation: Online Orientation; log in after 9am on the first day of Trades section of this schedule. Information about the newly developed Trade specific
classes at www.distance.pcc.edu degrees is now available.
Viewing Times: Comcast Cable CH27: Tuesday and Thursday 2-3pm, Friday APR 200 Trades Preparation, 8.00 Cr.—Includes Pre-Apprenticeship Construc-
4-5pm and Sunday 1-2pm tion Trade topics such as industry orientation, hazardous materials, general on-the-job
Viewing Options: DVD (bkstr), cable tv, streaming, PCC library questions, material handling, scaffolding, rigging, fire protection, hand and power tool
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. use, fall protection, and electrical basics. Covers safety procedures that apply to each
ATH 102 Intro Archaeology & Prehistory, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces methods and topic. Also covered will be related terminology, task planning, methods and functions of
techniques used by archaeologists to study the development of human culture. Provides construction, apprenticeship application process, program requirements, resume and
a survey of world prehistory, while emphasizing the development of social complexity and interview skills and OSHA 30-hour safety training. Recognized by the Oregon Bureau
the origins of agriculture that precede both new and old world civilizations. Prerequisites: of Labor and Industry: Apprenticeship and Training Division’s Council as an approved
WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores. Pre-Apprenticeship program. Prerequisite: Placement in MTH 60 or higher or department
permission. Fee: $42
42618 Sylvania SS 116 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/11 Wilson
43731 Cascade TEB 218 6:00p–8:50p MW 9/27–12/8 Page
ATH 103 Intro to Cultural Anthropology, 4.00 Cr.—Examines modern human and Cascade TEB 218 6:00p–8:50p T 9/28–12/7 Page
cultures. Analyzes a variety of ethnographic examples from various world societies to and Cascade TEB 219 9:00a–3:30p R 9/30–12/9 Page
understand the diverse aspects of language, technology, economy, social structure, gover- Field trip scheduled for Thursdays 9:00a-3:30p as available.
nance, religion, world views and expressive aspects of life. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 CEU 925p Coyne 1st Aid/CPR for Trades, .80 Cr.—Introduction to prevention
and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores. and initial care for emergency moving of injured patients including cardiac emergencies.
41809 Cascade SC 201 3:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Hart-Landsber Tuition: $25
45823 Newberg NCC 105 12:00p–1:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Courtis 44506 Cascade TEB 218 9:00a–5:20p S 11/20– Cloud
40336 Sylvania SS 116 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/11 Wilson APR 200 students must also register for 44506.
41320 Sylvania ST 234 3:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/11 Wihr 44693 Cascade TEB 218 9:00a–5:20p S 11/6– Cloud

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APR 100 Explore Trades/Apprenticeship, 1.00 Cr.—Explores career opportuni- APR 133 Refrigeration III, 2.00 Cr.—Covers the operation of refrigeration HVAC
ties within the Trades. Includes traditional careers and new opportunities in fields such systems, emphasizing maintenance and controls. Lab includes troubleshooting systems
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as Renewable Energy and Sustainability. Introduces resources for assisting students in along with evacuation and charging techniques. APR 133 and FMT 103 cannot both be
identifying skills needed to succeed in these fields. Fee: $6 taken for credit. Prerequisites: APR 132 or FMT 102 or TE 9243. Fee: $6
47451 Cascade TEB 218 5:30p–9:20p MTWR 9/20–9/23 Cloud 44467 Cascade TEB 113 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Gayman
and Cascade TEB 219 5:30p–9:20p R 9/30– Cloud Tools Required.
APR 101 LME: Elect. Theory Fundamental, 3.00 Cr.—Covers electrical theory
and math for computing the values of voltage, amperage, resistance and power. Also cov-
ers various types of electrical circuits (series, parallel, combination) when applying Ohm’s
Law. Introduces electrical safety, conductors, wire sizes and their application as per the Architectural Design and Drafting
American Wire Gauge (AWG) Table. The principles of voltage drop, efficiency and cost of Sylvania ST 208, 503-977-4163 office, 503-977-4160 advisor
electrical energy will also be covered.
43722 Cascade TEB 222 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Lecarno
Course identified for 1st year/1st term LME apprentices. New students to the program are encouraged to talk to a department advisor before
APR 121 Intro Electricity & Circuits, 3.00 Cr.—Covers general atomic theory, registering.
electron flow in conductors, calculations of Ohms law when determining the values ARCH 100 Graphic Comm for Designers, 3.00 Cr.—Addresses the fundamentals
of voltage, current, resistance and power in series, parallel and combination electrical of perspective drawings as a communicative device. Develops perspective, freehand
circuits. Covers sizing and the application of conductors and the concept of Voltage Drop sketching and diagramming skills, by building a graphic vocabulary and establishing a
in electrical circuits. language of architectural communication. Fee: $12
43767 Cascade TEB 217 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Lecarno 42239 Sylvania ST 236 2:00p–4:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Gramlich
Course identified for 1st year/1st term MPE apprentices. ARCH 101 Architectural Graphics 1, 3.00 Cr.—Introduction to design process
APR 124 Electrical Systems Operations, 3.00 Cr.—Covers alternating current and drawing for residential design focusing on design of a new single family residence.
measure instruments, test equipment, advanced motor theory, blueprint reading, electrical Prerequisite: ARCH 110. Fee: $12
related materials, AC systems, advanced transformer theory, lighting, grounding and 40879 Sylvania ST 240 6:00p–9:50p T 9/21–12/7 Liberty
bonding, contactors, relays and general installation requirements to meet code specifica- 1 hour additional Lab time TBA
tions. Prerequisites: APR 123 or TE 9612. ARCH 102 Architectural Graphics 2, 3.00 Cr.—Introduction to the design process
43768 Cascade TEB 220 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Boyer and drawing for commercial design focusing on design of new light frame commercial
Course identified for 2nd year/1st term MPE apprentices. building. Prerequisite: ARCH 110. Fee: $12
APR 221 Advanced AC Circuitry, 3.00 Cr.—Includes the theory of alternating cur- 40880 Sylvania ST 240 9:00a–11:20a MW 9/20–12/8 Gramlich
rent and power. Also includes alternating current, resistance in AC circuits, inductance and ARCH 110 Intro to Architectural Drawing, 2.00 Cr.—Covers basic Architectural
inductive reactance, capacitance and capacitive reactance, power factor correction, power drawing skills including lettering, line quality, plans, elevations, sections and axonometric
in AC circuits, vector analysis and three phase connections and calculations. Prerequi- drawings. Fee: $12
sites: APR 124 or TE 9615. 42394 Sylvania ST 236 9:00a–12:50p F 9/24–12/10 Payton
43770 Cascade TEB 218 6:30p–9:20p R 9/23–12/9 Hegland 42531 Sylvania ST 240 6:00p–9:50p M 9/20–12/6 Capps
Course identified for 3rd year/1st term MPE apprentices. 44686 Sylvania ST 238 6:00p–9:50p M 9/20–12/6 Payton
APR 224 Electrical Code - Level I, 4.00 Cr.—Emphasizes the use and understand- ARCH 111 Working Drawings 1, 3.00 Cr.—Covers standards of architectural
ing of the National Electrical Code. Assists plant maintenance electricians in preparing for drafting and preparation of construction documents for typical residential construction.
the state electrical exam. Topics include grounding, motors, wiring methods, overcurrent Construction process and terminology will also be examined. Prerequisite: ARCH 110 and
protection, branch circuits, calculations, feeders and specialty codes. Prerequisites: APR (ARCH 126 or ID 125) Recommend: ARCH 121, 124. Fee: $12
223 or TE 9618. 41408 Sylvania ST 240 6:00p–9:50p R 9/23–12/9 Gramlich
43769 Cascade TEB 118 5:30p–9:20p W 9/22–12/8 Whisenhunt 1 hour additional lab time TBA
Course identified for 4th year/1st term MPE apprentices.
ARCH 112 Working Drawings 2, 3.00 Cr.—Covers standards of architectural
APR 201 Electrical Motor Controls, 2.00 Cr.—Provides knowledge and skills drafting and preparation of construction documents for typical commercial construction.
needed to design, install, maintain, service and troubleshoot electric motors. Focuses on Construction process will also be examined. Prerequisites: ARCH 110, (ARCH 126 or ID
the operation and installation of control systems, specifically motor starters and control- 125) Recommend: ARCH 121, 124. Fee: $12
lers. Electromagnetic controls, motors and transformers will also be covered. Lab activities 46859 Sylvania ST 240 9:00a–11:20a TR 9/21–12/9 Mueller
will utilize electrical test equipment to analyze electric motor control malfunctions. This ARCH 121 Structural Systems 1, 2.00 Cr.—An overview of residential structural
class can be used towards Continuing Education Units for Oregon State electrical licens- systems, including identification of structural members, loads and load paths and reading
ing purposes. APR 201 and ELT 201 cannot both be taken for credit. Fee: $6 structural framing plans. Prerequisite/concurrent: ARCH 124.
43771 Cascade TEB 220 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Brown
Course identified for 2nd year/1st term LME apprentices. 42240 Sylvania ST 205 9:00a–10:50a R 9/23–12/9 Liberty
43773 Cascade TEB 220 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Brown 43398 Sylvania AM 125 6:00p–7:50p M 9/20–12/6 Liberty
Course identified for 2nd year/1st term LME apprentices. ARCH 123 Structural Systems 3, 4.00 Cr.—Covers retaining walls, concrete
CEU 926T NEC Review and Exam Prep, 3.60 Cr.—Assist the electrical profes- foundations, structural steel framing, and sizing for wind and seismic loads. Prerequisite:
sional and apprentice in knowing how to effectively use the NEC when looking for code ARCH 122, MTH 65 or equivalent placement test scores.
solutions. Also provides necessary calculation skills for exams or workplace installations. 44904 Sylvania ST 238 4:00p–5:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Kilcullen
Tuition: $228.30 ARCH 124 Intro to Building Systems, 3.00 Cr.—An overview of residential build-
47028 Cascade TEB 118 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Cody ing systems, including building construction, and heating, cooling, plumbing, electrical,
APR 131 Refrigeration I, 2.00 Cr.—Covers refrigeration principles and different and passive solar systems.
basic cycles which include heat transfer, temperature, and basic physics and gas laws. Lab 41332 Sylvania SS 112 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Liberty
includes the use of tools and instruments used for charging and evacuation and recovery 42123 Sylvania ST 236 12:00p–1:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Roy
methods. APR 131 and FMT 101 both cannot be taken for credit. Prerequisites: MTH 20; ARCH 126 Introduction to AutoCAD, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces AutoCAD software as
(WR 90 or ESOL 262); (RD 90 or ESOL 260). Fee: $6 a design and drafting tool for architecture and interior design. Only one of ARCH 126, ID
43755 Cascade TEB 116 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Houle 125, or DRF 126 can be taken for credit. Fee: $6
Tools required. Includes $20 lab fee, total lab fee is $26. 41110 Sylvania ST 238 12:00p–3:50p T 9/21–12/7 Cotera
APR 132 Refrigeration II, 2.00 Cr.—Cover and analyze the operation of refrigeration 41111 Sylvania ST 238 12:00p–3:50p R 9/23–12/9 Truman
system components. Includes compressors, condensers, evaporators, refrigerants and 41170 Sylvania ST 238 6:00p–9:50p T 9/21–12/7 Villiger
metering devices. Lab includes system components and compressor testing methods, 44249 Sylvania ST 238 6:00p–9:50p R 9/23–12/9 Hooper
focusing on charging, evacuation and recovery methods. APR 132 and FMT 102 cannot ARCH 127 Intro to Google SketchUp, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces basic 3-D model-
both be taken for credit. Prerequisites: APR 131 or FMT 101 or TE 9242. Fee: $6 ing terminology, concepts and tools used to create simple building models and useful
46763 Cascade TEB 116 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Shaw everyday shapes using SketchUp 3-D modeling software. Fee: $6
Tools required. 44905 Sylvania ST 240 12:00p–3:50p R 9/23–12/9 TBA
46767 Cascade TEB 116 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Houle
Tools required.

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ARCH 132 Residential Building Codes, 2.00 Cr.—Introduction to land use
zoning and international residential building codes. Selected portions of the code will be Art

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discussed, with application to sample building plans. Prerequisite/concurrent: ARCH 124
or BCT 103. Cascade MAHB 105, 503-978-5430 Office, 503-978-5264 Dept Chair
42771 Sylvania ST 205 9:00a–10:50a T 9/21–12/7 Liberty Rock Cr RC 3 201, 503-614-7235 Office
ARCH 133 Commercial Building Codes, 2.00 Cr.—Introduction to land use zoning SE Center Mt. Scott Hall 103, 503-788-6146, 503-788-6148
and Oregon Building Codes for commercial buildings, using International Building Code. Sylvania CT 216, 503-977-4264 Office, 503-977-8021 Dept Chair
Selected portions of the code will be discussed, with application to sample buildings.
Prerequisite/concurrent: ARCH 124 or BCT 103. Fee: $20
42770 Distance DST LEARN TBA TBA 9/20–12/6 Roy
ART 101 Introduction to Art, 4.00 Cr.—Addresses seeing, experiencing and ap-
preciating the urban world as a reflection of human interaction with the socio-political
and Sylvania ST 238 4:30p–5:50p M 9/20– Roy
and physical environment, such as with architecture, gardens, fountains, malls and public
and Sylvania ST 238 4:30p–5:50p M 11/8– Roy
Course meets twice on campus during the term. spaces. Examines how cities express the values, technology, geography and economic
structure of many cultures in the light of aesthetic, historic, and critical factors. The Intro
ARCH 136 Intermediate AutoCAD, 3.00 Cr.—In-depth study of computer-aided- to Art series 101, 102, 103 may be taken in any order. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and
drafting using AutoCAD software and its applications to architecture. Prerequisite: ARCH MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores.
126 or ID 125. Fee: $6 40678 Cascade MAHB 215 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Poncet
41113 Sylvania AM 105 6:00p–9:50p W 9/22–12/8 TBA 41238 Cascade MAHB 215 4:00p–5:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Poncet
41115 Sylvania ST 205 9:00a–12:50p F 9/24–12/10 Cotera 45926 Rock Cr BLDG2 128 4:00p–5:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Roberts
ARCH 161 Blueprint Reading Part 1, 2.00 Cr.—Introduces methods to identify, 45928 Rock Cr BLDG2 128 12:00p–1:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Tibbles
communicate and apply information found on typical residential construction drawings. 40233 Sylvania CT 212 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Weber
Fee: $20 40534 Sylvania CT 212 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Weber
40882 Distance DST LEARN TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Roy
ART 102 Introduction to Art, 4.00 Cr.—Addresses issues of fine art, particularly
and Sylvania ST 238 4:30p–5:50p M 9/27– Roy painting, sculpture and drawing, in terms of experiencing, appreciating and understanding
Class meets on campus once during the term.
their role in our lives. Art is examined in the light of aesthetic, historic, and critical issues.
ARCH 200 Principles of Arch. Design, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces concepts, theories, The Intro to Art series 101, 102, 103 may be taken in any order. Prerequisite: WR 115, RD
and practices of the discipline of architecture. Includes study of perceptual, environmental, 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores.
technical and organizational concepts through lectures and individual projects in observ- 47388 Rock Cr BLDG2 128 4:00p–5:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Tibbles
ing architectural spaces and forms.
41172 Sylvania ST 238 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Payton w Distance Learning: Online Class
44547 For info contact: Rock Creek Egland
ARCH 201 Residential Studio, 6.00 Cr.—Covers design development and construc- Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
tion documents for a new single family residence. Prerequisites: ARCH 101, 111, 113,
122, 124, 132, 136, and ART 215. Fee: $48 w Distance Learning: Online Class
44548 For info contact: Rock Creek Egland
40883 Sylvania ST 240 12:00p–4:20p MWF 9/20–12/10 Metcalf
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
ARCH 224 Active & Passive Bldg Systems, 4.00 Cr.—Advanced study of struc-
tural systems, mechanical systems, specifications, and building codes in residential and w Distance Learning: Online Class
45643 For info contact: Rock Creek Egland
small commercial buildings. Prerequisite: ARCH 121, 124. Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
41506 Sylvania ST 236 6:00p–9:50p R 9/23–12/9 Roy
ART 103 Introduction to Art, 4.00 Cr.—Addresses issues relating to design in our
ARCH 237 Introduction to Autodesk Revit, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces Autodesk Revit, daily lives, particularly graphic design, and may include commercial, industrial, crafts,
a parametric 3D modeling software, and its applications to architecture and covers the and product design. Examines how design expresses the values, technology, economy and
creation, retrieval and modification of drawings using basic Revit commands. Fee: $6 taste of our culture in light of aesthetic, historic and critical issues. The Intro to Art series
45617 Sylvania ST 240 6:00p–9:50p W 9/22–12/8 Villiger 101, 102, 103 may be taken in any order. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or
ARCH 247 Interm. Revit Architecture, 3.00 Cr.—Students must be capable of equivalent placement test scores.
reading and communicating in the English language and may be required to pass a listen- 46509 Cascade MAHB 223 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Bilyeu
ing competency test administered by the department. Prerequisite: ARCH 237 Fee: $6 46373 Rock Cr BLDG2 128 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 TBA
46870 Sylvania ST 238 6:00p–9:50p W 9/22–12/8 Warren Some class sessions replaced with online assignments
ARCH 256 Detail Drawing with AutoCAD, 3.00 Cr.—Develops skills in creating 46405 Sylvania CT 212 3:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 LaPointe
construction detail and section drawings using appropriate scale, line weights, symbols w Distance Learning: Online Class
and annotations. Prerequisite: ARCH 136. Fee: $6 44546 For info contact: Rock Creek Tringali
46871 Sylvania ST 240 12:00p–3:50p T 9/21–12/7 Gramlich Service-Learning Option see: www.pcc.edu/servicelearning
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Cooperative Education ART 115 Basic Design, 3.00 Cr.—Black and white design foundations studio
ARCH 280 CE: Arch Design & Drafting, 1.00 TO 4.00 Cr.—Work or observe on experience centers on creative problem-solving, developing perceptual awareness and
approved job sites. Student receives as varied and complete an experience as possible understanding and establishing critical skills and personal artistic vision. Use a broad
under job conditions. Credits are variable and based on the number of clock hours student range of materials, techniques and projects to design concepts with reference to historical
spends on job site. Must be coordinated with the supervisor, instructor, and cooperative and contemporary perspectives. Basic Design series 115, 116, 117 may be taken in any
education specialist. Department permission required. sequence. Fee: $18
40977 Sylvania ST 208 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Roy 42951 Cascade MAHB 223 11:00a–1:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Minchin
Course is offered for 4 credits. Contact Denise Roy 40245 Rock Cr BLDG3 109 10:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Buswell
43818 Sylvania ST 208 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Roy 42777 Rock Cr BLDG3 109 9:00a–3:20p S 9/25–12/11 Copeland
Course is offered for 2 credits. Contact Denise Roy 45927 Rock Cr BLDG3 109 6:00p–8:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Rosenberg
47820 Sylvania ST 208 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Roy 40230 Sylvania CT 113 8:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Batchelor
Course is offered for 3 credits. Contact Denise Roy 40231 Sylvania CT 230 2:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Schenk
47821 Sylvania ST 208 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Roy 40240 Sylvania CT 113 6:00p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Schenk
Course is offered for 1 credit. Contact Denise Roy 40940 Sylvania CT 113 11:00a–1:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Batchelor
ART 116 Basic Design, 3.00 Cr.—Color and design foundations studio experience
centers on creative problem-solving, developing perceptual awareness and understanding,
and establishing critical skills and personal artistic vision. Use a broad range of materials,
techniques and projects to explore color and design concepts with reference to historical
and contemporary perspectives. Basic Design series 115, 116, 117 may be taken in any
sequence. Fee: $18
42031 Cascade MAHB 223 6:00p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Murino-Brault
44549 Rock Cr BLDG3 109 10:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Mann
40232 Sylvania CT 230 8:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Hays
41071 Sylvania CT 113 2:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Conkle

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ART 117 Basic Design, 3.00 Cr.—Three-dimensional foundations studio experience 43299 Rock Cr BLDG3 122 2:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Lehmann
centers on creative problem-solving, developing perceptual awareness and understanding, 43444 Rock Cr BLDG3 122 10:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Sairanen
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and establishing critical skills and personal artistic vision. Use a broad range of materials, 43445 Rock Cr BLDG3 122 6:00p–8:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Anderson
techniques and projects to explore three-dimensional design concepts with reference to 45932 Rock Cr BLDG3 122 9:00a–3:20p S 9/25–12/11 TBA
historical and contemporary perspectives. Basic Design series 115, 116, 117 may be taken 45934 Rock Cr BLDG3 122 6:00p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Lehmann
in any sequence. Fee: $18 40885 Sylvania CT 230 6:00p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Selleck
45929 Hillsboro HC 105 2:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Rakich 40886 Sylvania CT 230 9:00a–2:50p S 9/25–12/11 Esler
42187 Sylvania CT 133 8:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Barsky 40887 Sylvania CT 230 11:00a–1:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Conkle
ART 131 Introduction to Drawing, 3.00 Cr.—A studio experience exploring basic 40982 Sylvania CT 230 2:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Smith
drawing techniques, materials and concepts while addressing historical and contemporary ART 204 History of Western Art, 4.00 Cr.—Examines visual art and architecture
issues. A conceptual framework for critical analysis is presented along with basic art as a reflection of human interaction with the socio-political and physical environment of
theory. May be taken three times for credit. Fee: $18 a particular era. Objectives center on viewing, analyzing and comparing many art forms
41097 Cascade MAHB 221 6:00p–8:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Sharp in an historical context, and covers the Paleolithic, Ancient Near Eastern, and Aegean
41420 Cascade MAHB 221 2:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Stoddard-Haye cultures, beginning about 30,000 BCE. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or
42032 Cascade MAHB 221 11:00a–1:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Masthem equivalent placement test scores.
44606 Cascade MAHB 221 2:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Sharp 40720 Rock Cr BLDG2 128 9:00a–12:50p F 9/24–12/10 Roberts
46533 Cascade MAHB 221 6:00p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Sampson 45931 Rock Cr BLDG2 128 10:00a–11:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Tibbles
46565 Cascade MAHB 221 9:00a–2:50p F 9/24–12/10 TBA 46743 SE Center TABOR 126 10:00a–11:50a TR 9/21–12/9 LaPaglia
46567 Cascade MAHB 221 9:00a–2:50p S 9/25–12/11 Macca 40234 Sylvania CT 212 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 LaPointe
41583 Rock Cr BLDG3 124 10:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Rakich 46789 Sylvania CT 212 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 LaPointe
41585 Rock Cr BLDG3 124 2:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Andres ART 205 History of Western Art, 4.00 Cr.—Examines visual art and architecture as
41586 Rock Cr BLDG3 124 2:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Sairanen a reflection of human interaction with the socio-political and physical environment. Objec-
42773 Rock Cr BLDG3 124 10:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Hill tives center on viewing, analyzing and comparing many art forms in an historical context,
43140 Rock Cr BLDG3 124 6:30p–9:20p TR 9/21–12/9 TBA and covers Late Antiquity, Early Christian and Medieval periods, beginning about 500 BC.
43493 Rock Cr BLDG3 124 9:00a–3:20p S 9/25–12/11 Anderson Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores. Fee: $20
44553 Rock Cr BLDG3 109 9:00a–3:20p F 9/24–12/10 Kim w Distance Learning: Online Class
45107 Rock Cr BLDG3 124 6:30p–9:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Copeland 46411 For info contact: Sylvania Poncet
40874 Sylvania CT 231 2:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Wilson Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
40875 Sylvania CT 231 11:00a–1:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Barsky
ART 206 History of Western Art, 4.00 Cr.—Examines visual art and architecture as
40876 Sylvania CT 231 8:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Redinger
a reflection of human interaction with the socio-political and physical environment. Objec-
40877 Sylvania CT 231 6:00p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Marcel
tives center on viewing, analyzing and comparing many art forms in an historical context,
40878 Sylvania CT 231 9:00a–2:50p S 9/25–12/11 Pynes
and covers the Renaissance and Baroque periods, beginning about 1300 AD. Prerequi-
41072 Sylvania CT 231 2:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Selleck
sites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores. Fee: $20
44906 Sylvania CT 231 8:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Wilson
ART 140 Digital Photography, 3.00 Cr.—Introductory course emphasizing knowl- w Distance Learning: Online Class
44556 For info contact: Rock Creek Tringali
edge of the camera, development of computer skills in preparing and outputting images, Service-Learning Option see: www.pcc.edu/servicelearning
and exploration of visual design and composition. May be taken three times for credit. Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Recommended: Basic computer skills and WR 115. Fee: $18
42034 Cascade MAHB 217 2:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Marusek w Distance Learning: Online Class
44608 Cascade MAHB 217 11:00a–1:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Hitchcock 44557 For info contact: Rock Creek Tringali
46575 Cascade MAHB 217 9:00a–11:50a TR 9/21–12/9 TBA Service-Learning Option see: www.pcc.edu/servicelearning
42158 Sylvania CT 113 11:00a–4:50p S 9/25–12/11 Johnson
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
42200 Sylvania CT 113 8:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Manchester ART 207 History of Asian Art, 4.00 Cr.—Explores and analyzes the visual arts in
43171 Sylvania CT 113 2:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Johnson relation to the culture of India from the Neolithic through the modern period. Prerequisites:
44795 Sylvania CT 113 11:00a–1:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Manchester WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores.
43737 Sylvania CT 212 5:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Greenwood
ART 141 Intro to Photo (Non-darkroom), 3.00 Cr.—Covers camera operation,
selection and use of film, filters, lenses, flash units and other accessories. Students shoot ART 210 Women in Art, 4.00 Cr.—Covers the work of women artists from antiquity
35mm color slides and have them processed commercially. Must own, or have access to a to the present. The works of the most important women artists from each period will be
35mm camera with adjustable exposure controls. studied in relation to the changing roles of women in society and to the art produced
41242 Cascade MAHB 223 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/11 Christopher contemporaneously by men. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent
46512 Cascade MAHB 223 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Red Star placement test scores.
47038 Cascade MAHB 223 2:00p–4:50p W 9/22–12/8 TBA 47948 Sylvania CT 212 9:00a–12:50p F 9/24–12/10 Weber
45930 Hillsboro HC 117 1:00p–3:50p R 9/23–12/9 Barna ART 211 Mod Art Hst:19th Cen Art/Europ, 4.00 Cr.—The Nineteenth Century
40252 Rock Cr BLDG3 225 6:30p–9:20p W 9/22–12/8 Grieve saw the beginning of the modern world and modern societies in Europe. Examines and
40732 Rock Cr BLDG3 230 2:00p–4:50p F 9/24–12/10 Grieve analyzes the visual arts to reveal some effects of those changes, and to gain insight into
43442 Rock Cr BLDG5 115a 2:00p–4:50p W 9/22–12/8 Barna our modern world. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement
44551 Rock Cr BLDG5 115a 2:00p–4:50p M 9/20–12/6 Barna test scores.
43590 SE Center TABOR 138 1:00p–3:50p T 9/21–12/7 Barna 42957 Cascade MAHB 223 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Bilyeu
ART 142 Intro to Photo (Darkroom), 3.00 Cr.—Introductory course in black and 41127 Rock Cr BLDG2 128 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Roberts
white photography, emphasizing knowledge of the camera, development of darkroom Some class sessions replaced with online assignments.
skills, and exploration or visual design and composition. Should own or have access to 47949 Sylvania CT 212 2:00p–3:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Weber
a 35mm camera with adjustable exposure controls. May be taken three times for credit. ART 213 Mod Art Hst: Art Since 1945, 4.00 Cr.—World War II ended the su-
Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores. Fee: $18 premacy of Europe in the visual art world and focused attention on America. Examines and
46734 SE Center TABOR 137 11:00a–4:50p F 9/24–12/10 Eliot analyzes art since 1945 to explore the ideas behind it, to reveal our culture and values, and
41627 Sylvania CT 112 2:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Eliot to gain a greater understanding and appreciation of contemporary art. Prerequisites: WR
41628 Sylvania CT 112 8:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Hitchcock 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores. Fee: $20
42201 Sylvania CT 112 11:00a–1:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Manchester w Distance Learning: Online Class
ART 181 Painting I, 3.00 Cr.—A studio experience exploring basic painting tech- 48017 For info contact: Cascade Bilyeu
niques, materials, and concepts while addressing historical and contemporary issues. A Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
conceptual framework for critical analysis is presented along with basic art theory. May be ART 218 Lettering Calligraphy I, 2.00 Cr.—Covers practical and creative uses of
taken three times for credit. Fee: $18 calligraphy, lettering principles, techniques and functions, and discusses the traditions
41040 Cascade MAHB 222 2:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Ehlis and historical development of letters. Fall term: Roman alphabet, lower and upper case.
41239 Cascade MAHB 222 9:00a–2:50p S 9/25–12/11 Kim Winter term: Italic alphabet, lower and upper case. Spring term: Carolingian and uncial
46526 Cascade MAHB 222 6:00p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Factor alphabet styles. Each term may be taken once for a maximum of six credits. Fee: $12
41411 Rock Cr BLDG3 122 10:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Knight 44609 Cascade MAHB 223 2:00p–5:50p M 9/20–12/6 Wild
41757 Rock Cr BLDG3 122 2:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Knight 42335 Hillsboro HC 105 9:00a–12:50p T 9/21–12/7 Dubosch

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40246 Rock Cr BLDG2 101 9:00a–12:50p F 9/24–12/10 Dubosch 41844 Rock Cr BLDG3 125 1:00p–3:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Cole
40253 Rock Cr BLDG2 123 6:00p–9:50p R 9/23–12/9 Dubosch 42775 Rock Cr BLDG3 125 9:00a–3:20p S 9/25–12/11 Johnstone

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42395 Sylvania CT 113 8:00a–11:50a F 9/24–12/10 Wild 44559 Rock Cr BLDG3 125 9:00a–11:50a RF 9/23–12/10 Bellinger
ART 220 Advanced Lettering and Seminar, 2.00 Cr.—Basic calligraphic scripts 40235 Sylvania CT 119 8:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Washburn
studied in ART 218 are reviewed and a variety of additional styles studied. Layout and 40237 Sylvania CT 119 11:00a–1:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Washburn
design principles are presented, and students work through the process of designing and 40241 Sylvania CT 119 6:00p–8:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Durst
completing both broadsides and commercial kinds of work. Students study the lettering 41694 Sylvania CT 119 3:00p–5:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Durst
techniques and shop practices necessary for actual production of calligraphic and drawn ART 256 Ceramics II, 3.00 Cr.—Allows further exploration in all aspects of clay
letters on a commercial basis. Work involves problem-solving activities the professional processes: development of ideas, care and preparation of clay, skills and understanding
calligrapher is likely to encounter on the job. May be taken three times for credit. Fee: $12 related to clay work on and off the potter’s wheel, glazes and firing procedures. May be
46511 Cascade MAHB 223 2:00p–5:50p M 9/20–12/6 Wild taken three times. Fee: $18
42336 Hillsboro HC 105 9:00a–12:50p T 9/21–12/7 Dubosch 41514 Cascade MAHB 108 9:00a–2:50p F 9/24–12/10 Carver
41612 Rock Cr BLDG2 101 9:00a–12:50p F 9/24–12/10 Dubosch FOCUS: Low Fire, Hand Building.
45936 Rock Cr BLDG2 123 6:00p–9:50p R 9/23–12/9 Dubosch 41808 Cascade MAHB 108 1:00p–3:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Morgan
42396 Sylvania CT 113 8:00a–11:50a F 9/24–12/10 Wild 42035 Cascade MAHB 108 6:00p–8:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Baskin
ART 231 Drawing, 3.00 Cr.—A studio experience exploring ways of seeing and basic 44616 Cascade MAHB 108 10:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 White
drawing techniques, materials and concepts while addressing historical and contemporary 46570 Cascade MAHB 108 2:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Morgan
issues. A conceptual framework for critical analysis is presented along with basic art 40250 Rock Cr BLDG3 125 9:00a–11:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Bellinger
theory. May be taken three times for credit. Fee: $18 40251 Rock Cr BLDG3 125 1:00p–3:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Bellinger
41098 Cascade MAHB 221 6:00p–8:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Sharp 40255 Rock Cr BLDG3 125 6:00p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/9 London Tinsel
41241 Cascade MAHB 221 2:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Stoddard-Haye 41023 Rock Cr BLDG3 125 6:00p–8:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Skudlarczyk
42033 Cascade MAHB 221 11:00a–1:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Masthem 41428 Rock Cr BLDG3 112 9:00a–11:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Cole
44607 Cascade MAHB 221 2:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Sharp Handbuilding
46564 Cascade MAHB 221 6:00p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Sampson 41611 Rock Cr BLDG3 125 1:00p–3:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Cole
46566 Cascade MAHB 221 9:00a–2:50p F 9/24–12/10 TBA 42337 Rock Cr BLDG3 125 9:00a–11:50a RF 9/23–12/10 Bellinger
46568 Cascade MAHB 221 9:00a–2:50p S 9/25–12/11 Macca 42776 Rock Cr BLDG3 125 9:00a–3:20p S 9/25–12/11 Johnstone
40249 Rock Cr BLDG3 124 10:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Rakich 40236 Sylvania CT 119 11:00a–1:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Washburn
Minimum - one term Art 253 recommended.
40254 Rock Cr BLDG3 124 2:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Andres
41243 Rock Cr BLDG3 124 2:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Sairanen ART 270 Printmaking, 3.00 Cr.—Laboratory course in print art focusing on specific
42774 Rock Cr BLDG3 124 10:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Hill techniques and materials each term as well as standards for critical analysis. References
43142 Rock Cr BLDG3 124 6:00p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/9 TBA the history of the print and the diverse historical and cultural context of the visual arts. Pri-
43494 Rock Cr BLDG3 124 9:00a–3:20p S 9/25–12/11 Anderson marily a studio experience with supporting slide lectures and other visual media. Critiques
45108 Rock Cr BLDG3 124 6:30p–9:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Copeland of student work are held regularly. Recommended: ART 115, 116 and 131. May be taken
45721 Rock Cr BLDG3 109 9:00a–3:20p F 9/24–12/10 Kim three times for credit. Fee: $18
42097 Sylvania CT 231 2:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Wilson 41517 Cascade MAHB 223 3:00p–5:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Soihl
42258 Sylvania CT 231 9:00a–2:50p S 9/25–12/11 Pynes 46578 Cascade MAHB 223 9:00a–2:50p S 9/25–12/11 Murino-Brault
42451 Sylvania CT 231 8:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Redinger 44776 Rock Cr BLDG3 109 1:00p–3:50p TR 9/21–12/9 McGovern
45973 Rock Cr BLDG3 109 6:00p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/9 McGovern
ART 237 Life Drawing, 3.00 Cr.—Students study and draw the human form from 42397 Sylvania CT 125 2:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Batchelor
professional models nude and clothed. Applying various drawing techniques. and con- 43738 Sylvania CT 125 11:00a–1:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Flores
cepts, students study the structure, form and proportions of the human figure. Emphasis
is upon personal progress as an artist with attention to composition. May be taken three ART 271 Printmaking II, 3.00 Cr.—A studio experience in printmaking, the more
times for credit. Fee: $18 advanced level in a succession of classes exploring relief printing, monotype, intagilio,
41095 Cascade MAHB 221 11:00a–1:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Ehlis and other processes. Students will use both direct and indirect methods of imagery devel-
44294 Rock Cr BLDG3 124 9:00a–3:20p F 9/24–12/10 Mann opment. References the history of the print and the diverse historical and cultural context
40238 Sylvania CT 231 11:00a–1:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Redinger of the visual arts. Personal critiques of student work of the visual arts. Personal critiques
40242 Sylvania CT 231 6:00p–8:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Marcel of student work are held regularly. May be taken up to three times for credit. Prerequisite:
40645 Sylvania CT 231 9:00a–2:50p F 9/24–12/10 Esler ART 270. Fee: $18
43708 Cascade MAHB 223 3:00p–5:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Soihl
ART 248 Glass Casting, 3.00 Cr.—Provides an introductory but thorough studio 46581 Cascade MAHB 223 9:00a–2:50p S 9/25–12/11 Murino-Brault
experience investing the mechanics and design concerns necessary to make molds for 45540 Rock Cr BLDG3 109 1:00p–3:50p TR 9/21–12/9 McGovern
glass casting and then casting in glass. Included is an overview of related processes and 45974 Rock Cr BLDG3 109 6:00p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/9 McGovern
techniques and concepts that address historical and contemporary issues. Students will 43739 Sylvania CT 125 11:00a–1:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Flores
use a variety of techniques to develop and implement creative problem solving. Critiques,
discussion, and presentations establish critical skills necessary to evaluate glass crafting, ART 277 Life Painting, 3.00 Cr.—Students study and paint the human form from
explore artistic intent, examine structural solutions, and expand perceptual awareness. professional models, nude and clothed. Applying various painting techniques and con-
Includes demonstrations, lectures, slides and audiovisual materials. May be taken three cepts, students study the structure, form and proportions of the human figure. Emphasis is
times for credit. Recommend: ART 117. Fee: $18 on personal progress as an artist with attention to composition. Students will paint from a
47495 Rock Cr BLDG3 112 2:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Hill nude model. May be taken three times for credit. Fee: $18
46530 Cascade MAHB 222 9:00a–2:50p F 9/24–12/10 Stoddard-Haye
ART 253 Ceramics I, 3.00 Cr.—An introductory studio experience exploring ceramic 43141 Rock Cr BLDG3 122 9:00a–3:20p F 9/24–12/10 Andres
form, processes, techniques and concepts while addressing historical and contemporary
issues. Students will use a variety of techniques to develop and encourage creative ART 281 Painting II, 3.00 Cr.—A studio experience exploring ways of seeing and
problem solving. Critiques, discussions, and ceramic presentations establish critical basic painting techniques, materials, and concepts while addressing historical and
skills necessary to evaluate ceramics, explore artistic intent, examine structural solutions, contemporary issues. A conceptual framework for critical analysis is presented along with
and expand perceptual awareness. Course includes demonstrations, lectures, slides and basic art theory. May be taken three times for credit. Recommended: ART 116 and ART
audiovisual materials. May be taken three times for credit. Fee: $18 181 Fee: $18
40243 Cascade MAHB 108 2:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Morgan 41240 Cascade MAHB 222 9:00a–2:50p S 9/25–12/11 Kim
Footnote: Wheel Throwing Focus 41375 Cascade MAHB 222 2:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Ehlis
40244 Cascade MAHB 108 9:00a–2:50p F 9/24–12/10 Carver 46527 Cascade MAHB 222 6:00p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Factor
FOCUS: Low Fire, Hand Building. 41843 Rock Cr BLDG3 122 2:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Knight
41515 Cascade MAHB 108 6:00p–8:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Baskin 43300 Rock Cr BLDG3 122 2:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Lehmann
41516 Cascade MAHB 108 1:00p–3:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Morgan 43446 Rock Cr BLDG3 122 10:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Sairanen
42390 Cascade MAHB 108 10:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 White 43447 Rock Cr BLDG3 122 6:00p–8:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Anderson
40247 Rock Cr BLDG3 125 9:00a–11:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Bellinger 45426 Rock Cr BLDG3 122 10:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Knight
40248 Rock Cr BLDG3 125 1:00p–3:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Bellinger 45933 Rock Cr BLDG3 122 9:00a–3:20p S 9/25–12/11 TBA
41022 Rock Cr BLDG3 125 6:00p–8:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Skudlarczyk 45935 Rock Cr BLDG3 122 6:00p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Lehmann
41244 Rock Cr BLDG3 112 9:00a–11:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Cole 40536 Sylvania CT 230 9:00a–2:50p S 9/25–12/11 Esler
Handbuilding 40537 Sylvania CT 230 6:00p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Selleck
41842 Rock Cr BLDG3 125 6:00p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/9 London Tinsel
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ART 284 Watercolor I, 3.00 Cr.—A studio experience exploring basic watercolor AB 105 Frame Analysis & Repair, 12.00 Cr.—Covers structural misalignment
painting techniques, materials, and concepts while addressing historical and contempo- analysis, use of measuring systems, structural repair procedures, and wheel alignment.
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rary issues to become more visually literate. A conceptual framework for critical analysis is Prerequisites: AB 100 or AB 101 and AB 102. Fee: $45
presented along with basic art theory. May be taken three times for credit. Fee: $18 43418 Rock Cr BLDG2 101 7:00a–10:00a MTWR 9/20–12/9 Warneke
46514 Cascade MAHB 223 9:00a–2:50p F 9/24–12/10 Redinger and Rock Cr BLDG2 131 10:00a–12:20p MTWR 9/20–12/9 Warneke
45237 Rock Cr BLDG3 109 2:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Rosenberg AB 116 Auto Painting I, 12.00 Cr.—Develops knowledge and skills in care and use
40695 Sylvania CT 230 11:00a–1:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Smith of all painting equipment, shop safety, conservation of materials, surface preparation for
ART 287 Watercolor II, 3.00 Cr.—A studio experience exploring basic and more application of paint, application techniques, color matching and basic taping techniques.
advanced watercolor painting techniques, materials, and concepts while addressing his- Fee: $45
torical and contemporary issues to become more visually literate. A conceptual framework 43420 Rock Cr BLDG2 101 12:30p–2:00p MTWR 9/20–12/9 Jeffery
for critical analysis is presented along with basic art theory. May be taken three times for and Rock Cr BLDG2 131 2:00p–6:00p MTWR 9/20–12/9 Jeffery
credit. Prerequisite: ART 284 or instructor permission. Fee: $18 AB 201 Panel Replacement, 12.00 Cr.—Covers replacing new and used weld-on
46516 Cascade MAHB 223 9:00a–2:50p F 9/24–12/11 Redinger panels, such as rocker panels, quarter panels and rear body panels. Includes preparation
45975 Rock Cr BLDG3 109 2:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Rosenberg and installation of cosmetic and structural weld-on panels. Fee: $45
40239 Sylvania CT 230 11:00a–1:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Smith 43419 Rock Cr BLDG2 129 7:00a–9:00a MTWR 9/20–12/9 Snook
One term watercolor required or instructor permission. and Rock Cr BLDG2 131 9:00a–12:20p MTWR 9/20–12/9 Snook
ART 290 Sculpture: Plaster/Clay, 3.00 Cr.—A studio experience exploring
sculptural form, processes, techniques, and concepts while addressing historical and
contemporary issues. Students will develop creative problem solving while using clay and
Cooperative Education
plaster to create sculptures. Critiques, discussions, and sculpture presentations establish AB 280A CE: Auto Body Repair, 1.00 TO 10.00 Cr.—Focuses on demonstrating
critical skills necessary to evaluate sculpture, explore artistic intent, examine aesthetic knowledge of auto body repair. Observe and obtain hands-on experience matching their
and structural solutions, and expand perceptual awareness. May be taken three times for learning objectives. Credits are determined by total clock hours spent on site during the
credit. Recommended: ART 291, 292, or 293. Fee: $18 term. Must be coordinated with supervisor, instructor and cooperative education special-
46125 Rock Cr BLDG3 112 2:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Buswell ist. Department permission required.
44862 Sylvania CT 133 11:00a–1:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Creger 40673 Rock Cr BLDG2 131 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Warneke
This class is offered for ten credits.
ART 291 Sculpture: Carving, 3.00 Cr.—A studio experience exploring sculptural
AB 280B CE: Auto Body Repair - Seminar, 1.00 TO 2.00 Cr.—Provides op-
form, processes, techniques, and concepts while addressing historical and contemporary
portunity to share work experiences and receive feedback from students and instructors.
issues. Students will develop creative problem solving while using the reductive process
Department permission required.
of carving to create sculptures. Critiques, discussions, and sculpture presentations
40674 Rock Cr BLDG2 131 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Warneke
establish critical skills necessary to evaluate sculpture, explore artistic intent, examine This class is offered for two credits.
aesthetic and structural solutions, and expand perceptual awareness. May be taken three
times for credit. Fee: $18
43315 Sylvania CT 133 9:00a–2:50p F 9/20–12/10 Sivak
ART 292 Sculpture: Mixed Media, 3.00 Cr.—Studio experience exploring
sculptural form, processes, techniques, and concepts while addressing historical and
Automotive Service
contemporary issues. Uses a variety of materials and techniques to develop and encourage Sylvania Automotive Metals Building, AM 210, 503-977-4130
creative problem solving. Critiques, discussions, and sculpture presentations establish
critical skills necessary to evaluate sculpture, explore artistic intent, examine aesthetic
and structural solutions, and expand perceptual awareness. Course emphasizes the use of New Student Advising: Robin Burwell 503-977-4130
mixed media in sculpture. May be taken three times for credit. Fee: $18 Current Student Advising: Russ Jones 503-977-4173
43679 Cascade MAHB 109 2:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Minchin Automobile Donation Information: Bart Ouchida 503-977-4884
46126 Rock Cr BLDG3 112 2:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Buswell Automobile Repair Concerns: Brent Fuller 503-977-4901
ART 293 Figure Sculpture, 3.00 Cr.—A studio experience exploring sculptural form, This program is offered on a modular basis. Each module runs three weeks. Students at-
processes, techniques, and concepts while addressing historical and contemporary issues tend class five hours a day, Monday through Friday. All new students are required to meet
relating to figure sculpture. Students study and sculpt the human form from professional with a program advisor. All classes require a department permission slip.
models, nude and clothed. Applying various sculpting techniques and concepts, students
study the structure, form and proportions of the human figure. Critiques, discussions, and Module 1 September 20 - October 7
sculpture presentations establish critical skills necessary to evaluate figure sculpture and AM 108 Intro to Automotive Sys I, 4.00 Cr.—Orientation to PCC Automotive Ser-
explore the expressive potential of the human form. May be taken up to three times for vice Technology program. Introduces automotive tools, fasteners, precision measurement,
credit. Fee: $18 service manuals and shop procedures. Perform basic automotive service and inspection
40908 Cascade MAHB 109 2:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Calvert procedures. Includes the practical application of mathematics for the automotive trade.
43440 Rock Cr BLDG3 112 9:00a–3:20p F 9/24–12/10 Buswell Fee: $24
ART 294 Sculpture: Welding, 3.00 Cr.—A studio experience exploring sculptural 40059 Sylvania AM 201 7:00a–11:50a MTWRF 9/20–10/7 Jones
form, processes, techniques, and concepts while addressing historical and contemporary AM 105 Brake Systems I, 4.00 Cr.—Studies principles of automotive brake systems.
issues. Students will develop creative problem solving skills through making sculpture Practice disassembly/assembly of system components using school owned equipment.
with welded steel. Introduces oxy-acetylene welding and cutting and mig welding. Includes proper measuring and machining of brake drums and discs. Prerequisites: AM
Critiques, discussions, and sculpture presentations establish critical skills necessary to 108, 102. Fee: $24
evaluate sculpture, explore artistic intent, examine aesthetic and structural solutions, and 40060 Sylvania AM 203 7:00a–11:50a MTWRF 9/20–10/7 Kidney
expand perceptual awareness. May be taken three times for credit. Recommended: ART AM 103 Engine Performance I, 4.00 Cr.—Covers use of automotive scan tools, op-
291 or ART 293. Fee: $18 eration and testing electronic ignition systems, ignition secondary oscilloscope patterns,
43314 Sylvania CT 133 6:00p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Beidler electronic advance, engine knock control systems, basic timing adjustment and distributor
44863 Sylvania CT 133 2:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Creger removal and replacement. Prerequisites: AM 108, 101, 102, 112. Fee: $24
40772 Sylvania AM 204 7:00a–11:50a MTWRF 9/20–10/7 Sackman
AM 122 Electrical III, 4.00 Cr.—Work on approved automobiles and study how to
Auto Collision Repair diagnose electrical problems, read schematics, use test equipment, perform satisfactory
wire connections, test, repair, and/or replace electrical units. Prerequisites: AM 102, 108
Rock Cr Department Office: RC 2/230, 503-614-7229, 503-614-7508, 503-614-7331 and 112. Fee: $24
40923 Sylvania AM 202 7:00a–11:50a MTWRF 9/20–10/7 Kittinger
AM 107 Manual Drive Train & Axles, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces various designs of
AB 100 Autobody Basic Skills, 12.00 Cr.—Introduces oxy-acetylene welding, use of manual transmissions and transaxles and to the driveline components of an automobile.
hand tools, equipment, and procedures in replacing and aligning auto body components Each component is covered in detail including purpose, application, operation, inspection,
including the use of MIG welders in auto body repair. Develops skills in repair of auto diagnosis and repair. Disassemble, inspect and assemble school owned units to obtain
body metals. Discusses damage analysis and how dents are reshaped to original contours. hands-on experience and familiarization. Prerequisite: AM 108. Fee: $24
Fee: $45 40626 Sylvania AM 205 7:00a–11:50a MTWRF 9/20–10/7 Ouchida
43417 Rock Cr BLDG2 129 12:30p–2:00p MTWR 9/20–12/9 TBA
and Rock Cr BLDG2 131 2:00p–6:00p MTWR 9/20–12/9 TBA
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Module 2 October 8 - October 28 AM 137 Auto Trans/Transaxle II, 4.00 Cr.—Work on approved customer auto-
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AM 102 Electrical Systems I, 4.00 Cr.—Covers electrical theory, schematic sym- Provides specific understanding of shop procedures that take place in an automotive
bols, battery and starter theory, operation, diagnosis and repair. Fee: $24 repair facility. Prerequisites: AM 108, 102, 127. Fee: $24
40062 Sylvania AM 201 7:00a–11:50a MTWRF 10/8–10/28 Macaulay 40065 Sylvania AM 205 7:00a–11:50a MTWRF 11/19–12/10 Ouchida
AM 115 Brake Systems II, 4.00 Cr.—Brake diagnosis and repair of base brakes and
anti-lock systems in a laboratory/shop setting. Covers how to do complete brake inspec-
tions and determine what repairs are needed. Ordering parts and completing repairs under
Cooperative Education
close instructor supervision. Prerequisites: AM 108, 102, 105. Fee: $24 AM 280A CE: Automotive Service, 1.00 TO 12.00 Cr.—Work outside of the
40064 Sylvania AM 203 7:00a–11:50a MTWRF 10/8–10/28 Kidney classroom at a job performing diagnostic and repair work under the supervision of a
professional automotive technician. Department permission required.
AM 113 Engine Performance II, 4.00 Cr.—Study the causes of air pollution, the use 42022 Sylvania AM 208 TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/11 Jones
of the five gas analyzer, air injection systems, catalytic converters, crankcase ventila- Offered for 2 Credits
tion systems, evaporation control systems and federal and state emission control laws. 44563 Sylvania AM 208 TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/11 Jones
Prerequisite: AM 108, AM 101, AM 102, AM 103 and AM 112. Fee: $24 Offered for 4 Credits
40066 Sylvania AM 204 8:00a–11:50a MTWRF 10/8–10/28 Kittinger 47285 Sylvania AM 208 TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/11 Jones
AM 143 Engine Performance V, 4.00 Cr.—Work on approved customer vehicles Offered for 6 credits
and perform maintenance and/or drivability hands on work much the same as would be 47296 Sylvania AM 208 TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/11 Jones
done in the repair industry. Prerequisites: AM 108, 101, 102, 103, 113, 123, 133. Fee: $24 Offered for 8 credits
41101 Sylvania AM 201 7:00a–11:50a MTWRF 10/8–10/28 Sackman
AM 117 Manual Drive Train & Axles, 4.00 Cr.—Work on approved customer GM-ASEP (General Motors Automotive Service Educational Program)
automobiles diagnosing and servicing components of standard transmissions/transaxles. The AAS degree in GM-ASEP has been suspended for the 2010-2011 academic year. The
Provides realistic understanding of procedures which take place in an automotive repair Automotive Service Technology program will continue to be offered. For more information
facility each day. Prerequisites: AM 108, 107. Fee: $24 or availability of individual courses, contact the department advisor, Robin Burwell at
40628 Sylvania AM 205 7:00a–11:50a MTWRF 10/8–10/28 Jones 503-977-4130 or rburwell@pcc.edu.

Module 3 October 29 - November 18


AM 101 Engine Repair I, 4.00 Cr.—Studies basic theory, design and operation of
automotive engines. Engine components are covered in detail including purpose, inspec- Aviation Maintenance Technology
tion and repair. Disassemble and reassemble school owned engines to gain experience Rock Cr Department Office: RC 2/230, 503-614-7246, 503-614-7233
in hand tool use and proper engine repair and evaluation procedures. Compression and
leakage tests are included. Prerequisite: AM 108. Fee: $24
40063 Sylvania AM 201 7:00a–11:50a MTWRF 10/29–11/18 Sackman All classes are assigned by the AMT department. This program is offered on an 18 day
AM 104 Steering & Suspension Sys I, 4.00 Cr.—Covers basic principles of modular basis with students attending class 5 hours per day Monday through Friday for
steering, suspension and wheel alignment for passenger cars and light duty trucks. Famil- 18 days. For additional information visit www.pcc.edu/amt
iarization with tire construction, types and sizing. Practice disassembly and re-assembly Module One: Sept. 20 - Oct. 14
of steering and suspension system components. Familiarization and practice in using Module Two: Oct. 15 - Nov. 12
computerized 4-wheel-alignment equipment and tire balancing machines. Prerequisites: Module Three: Nov. 15 - Dec. 10
AM 108 and 102. Fee: $24 AMT 101 Introduction to A&P, 1.00 Cr.—Familiarization with aviation maintenance
40627 Sylvania AM 203 7:00a–11:50a MTWRF 10/29–11/18 Kidney technology, including: program requirements, safety, aircraft and engines, general-
AM 123 Engine Performance III, 4.00 Cr.—Study the operation, servicing and test- purpose common hand tools, work ethics and career opportunities. This course is a
ing of electronic fuel injection systems, on board diagnostics I and II, idle control systems. prerequisite for all other AMT courses.
Students will diagnose failed fuel injection vehicles. Prerequisites: AM 108, AM 101, AM 41848 Rock Cr BLDG6 110 7:00a–12:00p S 10/23–10/30 Phillips
102, AM 103, AM 113 and AM 112. Fee: $24
40924 Sylvania AM 204 7:00a–11:50a MTWRF 10/29–11/18 Macaulay 8 Week courses
AM 153 Engine Performance VI, 4.00 Cr.—Continuation of AM 143. Prerequisites: AMT 108 AMT Practicum/General, 2.00 Cr.—Provides further development of
AM 108, 101, 102, 103, 113, 123, 133, 143. Fee: $24 students’ skills through practical application before graduation from the FAA- approved
41102 Sylvania AM 202 7:00a–11:50a MTWRF 10/29–11/18 Kittinger Airframe or Powerplant curriculum. This course is used as a comprehensive tool to evalu-
AM 127 Auto Trans/Transaxle I, 4.00 Cr.—Work on automatic transmissions/trans- ate student strengths and weaknesses. Prerequisites: AMT 102, AMT 203, AMT 204, AMT
axles and study how to trace the power flow, diagnose problems, disassemble, inspect and 105, AMT 106, AMT 107, and MTH 60 or Department Math test with a 70% or higher. Fee:
evaluate, clean and layout components. Reassemble and adjust transmission, and test the $12
unit for its proper operation. Prerequisites: AM 108, 102. Fee: $24 44441 Rock Cr BLDG6 103 12:30p–2:00p MTWR 10/15–12/10 Phillips
40061 Sylvania AM 205 7:00a–11:50a MTWRF 10/29–11/18 Ouchida AMT 216 AMT Practicum/Airframe, 2.00 Cr.—Provides further development of
students’ skills through practical application before graduating from the FAA-approved
Module 4 November 19 - December 10 Airframe curriculum. This course is used as a comprehensive tool to evaluate student
AM 112 Electrical II, 4.00 Cr.—Read schematics and work on charging systems and strengths and weaknesses. Prerequisite: AMT 108. Prerequisite/concurrent: AMT 208,
accessories. Prerequisites: AM 108, 102. Fee: $24 AMT 109, AMT 211, AMT 212, AMT 213, AMT 214, AMT 115, WLD 210. Fee: $12
40067 Sylvania AM 202 8:00a–11:50a MTWRF 11/19–12/10 Macaulay 41786 Rock Cr BLDG6 110 12:30p–2:00p MTWR 9/20–11/12 Guenther
AM 114 Steering & Susp Sys II, 4.00 Cr.—The capstone class in a 2-class AMT 225 AMT Practicum/Powerplant, 2.00 Cr.—Provides further development
sequence covering steering system service, suspension system service and 4-wheel of students’ skills through practical application before graduating from the FAA-approved
alignment. Practice learned skills repairing real steering, suspension and wheel alignment Powerplant curriculum. This course is used as a comprehensive tool to evaluate student
problems. Jobs assigned by instructor, drawing from a pool of customer vehicles, or strengths and weaknesses. Prerequisite: AMT 108 Prerequisites/concurrent: AMT 117,
school owned vehicles. Prerequisites: AM 108, 102, 104. Fee: $24 AMT 218, AMT 219, AMT 120, AMT 121, AMT 222, AMT 123, AMT 124. Fee: $12
40629 Sylvania AM 203 7:00a–11:50a MTWRF 11/19–12/10 Kidney 40783 Rock Cr BLDG6 109 12:30p–2:00p MTWR 9/20–11/12 Kercher
AM 133 Engine Performance IV, 4.00 Cr.—Continuation of Unit 23. Prerequisites:
AM 108, AM 101, AM 102, AM 103, AM 113, AM 123 and AM 112. Fee: $24 Module 1: Sept. 20 - Oct. 14
40925 Sylvania AM 204 7:00a–11:50a MTWRF 11/19–12/10 Sackman AMT 106 Aircraft Applied Science, 4.00 Cr.—Covers aircraft weight and balance
AM 106 Heat & Air Conditioning Sys, 4.00 Cr.—Covers theory, operation and procedures and associated record keeping. Also covers aircraft drawings, precision
repair of automotive heating and air conditioning systems. Work on approved customer measuring tools and some basic principles of physics. Prerequisites: Placement into RD
automobiles. Includes testing and repair of electrical and vacuum circuits. Prerequisites: 90 or higher; placement into WR 90 or higher; AMT 101 with a minimum grade of “C” or
AM 108, AM 102, AM 101 and AM 112. Fee: $24 higher. Prerequisite or concurrent registration: MTH 60 or with AMT Department Chair
40922 Sylvania AM 201 7:00a–11:50a MTWRF 11/19–12/10 Kittinger permission, the AMT Department Math test with a 70% or higher. Fee: $24
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AMT 123 Ignition Systems, 4.00 Cr.—Covers reciprocating and turbine engine igni-
tion system theory and overhaul practices, plus the relationships of the complete ignition Aviation Science
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system to the powerplant and its operation. Prerequisites: AMT 203, AMT 204, MTH 60
or with AMT Department Chair permission, the AMT department Math test with 70% or For additional information visit, www.pcc.edu/fly
higher. Fee: $24 Rock Cr Department Office: RC 2/230, 503-614-7256
42312 Rock Cr BLDG6 112 7:00a–12:00p MTWRF 9/20–10/14 Bynoe SE Center, Mt. Scott Hall, Room 103, 503-788-6147
AMT 211 Composite Structures, 4.00 Cr.—Covers modern bonded structures such
as honeycomb and laminated components. Includes discussion of inspection and limited
repairs to wood structures. Examines methods of removing finishes, corrosion proofing New Student Advising: Larry Altree, 503-614-7457
and painting aircraft and aircraft components. Includes inspection and recovering opera- Current Student Advising RC: Annette Murphy 503-614-7665
tions for fabric covered aircraft. Prerequisites: AMT 203, AMT 204, MTH 60 or with AMT Current Student Advising SE: Dana Jean Maginn 503-788-6198
Department Chair permission, the AMT department Math test with 70% or higher. Fee: $24 Hillsboro Aviation: 503-648-2831
43785 Rock Cr BLDG6 103 7:00a–12:00p MTWRF 9/20–10/14 Guenther An Associate of Applied Science degree in Aviation Science will prepare the student for an
48049 Rock Cr BLDG6 103 7:00a–12:00p MTWRF 11/15–12/10 Guenther exciting career as a professional pilot. PCC will offer academic classes at the Rock Creek
AMT 214 Instruments, Comm & Nav Sys, 4.00 Cr.—Presents basic functions, Campus and the SE Center. Flight training will be conducted at Hillsboro Aviation’s Trout-
internal workings and maintenance procedures for instruments, communication, naviga- dale or Hillsboro location. An FAA Class II Medical Certificate is required prior to start of
tion and autopilot systems used on complex, modern aircraft. Prerequisites: AMT 203, flying. For more information concerning course fees, medical certificates and scheduling,
AMT 204, MTH 60 or with AMT Department Chair permission, the AMT department Math please visit the Aviation Science web site: www.pcc.edu/fly
test with 70% or higher. Fee: $24
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All flight courses require department approval. Please contact an AVS advisor for ad-
Module 2: Oct. 15 - Nov. 12 ditional information.
AMT 107 Materials & Processes, 4.00 Cr.—Covers several general aircraft main- AVS 107 Flight Lab Level 1, 1.00 Cr.—Provides an opportunity for practice and
tenance subjects including power tools, shop equipment, aircraft hardware, fluid lines and preparation in knowledge and skills that are directly related to Aviation Science 100-level
fittings, non-destructive testing methods, heat treatment, aircraft cleaning, and corrosion airplane or helicopter flight courses. Areas covered include weather, flight planning,
control. Prerequisites: Placement into RD 90 or higher; placement into WR 90 or higher; maneuvers, weight and balance, aircraft performance and lesson preparation techniques.
AMT 101 with a minimum grade of “C” or higher. Prerequisite or concurrent registration: Students must be enrolled in this class if they are working towards completion of a flight
MTH 60 or with AMT Department Chair permission, the AMT Department Math test with a course. Fee: $12
70% or higher. Fee: $24 44436 Rock Cr BLDG2 248 1:30p–4:20p F 9/20–12/11 Altree
41789 Rock Cr BLDG6 112 7:00a–12:00p MTWRF 10/15–11/12 Bynoe 47700 Rock Cr BLDG2 248 4:30p–7:20p F 9/24–12/10 Altree
AMT 115 Aircraft Struc & Inspection, 4.00 Cr.—Examines structural designs and 44437 SE Center TABOR 117 2:00p–4:50p R 9/23–12/9 TBA
methods of inspecting the aircraft to assure continued operation in the “as engineered” 47701 SE Center TABOR 111 5:00p–7:50p R 9/23–12/9 TBA
configuration. Emphasizes the interpretation of airworthiness directives, service bulletins AVS 120 Airplane:Private Pilot Ground, 4.00 Cr.—Covers fundamentals of flight,
and other maintenance documents. Technical writing skills required to complete FAA aeronautical publications, Federal Aviation Regulations, navigation, flight planning, radio
forms and records. Prerequisites: AMT 203, AMT 204, MTH 60 or with AMT Department procedures and weather. Presents sufficient knowledge to prepare for the FAA Private Pilot
Chair permission, the AMT department Math test with 70% or higher. Fee: $24 knowledge test. Open to the general public.
41913 Rock Cr BLDG6 110 7:00a–12:00p MTWRF 10/15–11/12 Pryor 41052 Rock Cr BLDG6 110 6:00p–8:00p MW 9/20–12/8 Forbes
AMT 212 Sheet Metal, 4.00 Cr.—Covers methods for sheet metal repairs to aircraft w Distance Learning: Online Class
and methods of forming repair parts for damaged aircraft. Prerequisites: AMT 203, AMT 42459 For info contact: Rock Creek Forbes
204, MTH 60 or with AMT Department Chair permission, the AMT department Math test Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
with 70% or higher. Fee: $24 AVS 121 Airplane: Pre-Solo Flight, 1.00 Cr.—Introduces basic airplane handling,
40945 Rock Cr BLDG6 103 7:00a–12:00p MTWRF 10/15–11/12 Phillips emergency procedures and local flight operations. Students who successfully complete
AMT 218 Powerplant Inspection, 4.00 Cr.—Covers proper inspection of the this course will conduct their first local solo flight as part of the course. Flight training
entire engine installation, including exhaust systems, engine instrumentation, lubrication fees apply and cover a specific amount of training; please see the Course Curriculum and
systems and control systems. Prerequisites: AMT 203, AMT 204, MTH 60 or with AMT Outcome Guide for detailed information. The AVS 121, 122, 123 sequence is an alternative
Department Chair permission, the AMT department Math test with 70% or higher. Fee: $24 equivalent to AVS 125. Coreq: AVS 107 and AVS 120 Prerequisite: MTH 60, WR 115 and
41787 Rock Cr BLDG6 109 7:00a–12:00p MTWRF 10/15–11/12 Kercher AVS 127. Fee: $4066
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AVS 122 Airplane: Pre-Cross-Cntry Flt, 1.00 Cr.—Introduces planning and flight
AMT 105 Aviation CFR & Related Subject, 4.00 Cr.—Presents federal aviation
skills and procedures appropriate to cross-country and night flight. Includes some training
regulations as they pertain to the aircraft mechanic, plus some “action” learning on
by reference to instruments. Students who successfully complete this course will conduct
servicing and operation of the aircraft on the ground. Prerequisites: Placement into RD 90
their first solo cross-country flight as part of the course. Flight training fees apply and
or higher; WR 90 or higher; AMT 101 with a minimum grade of “C” or higher. Prerequisite
cover a specific amount of training; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide
or concurrent registration: MTH 60 or with AMT Department Chair permission, the AMT
for detailed information. The AVS 121, 122, 123 sequence is an alternative equivalent to
Department Math test with a 70% or higher. Fee: $24
AVS 125. Coreq: AVS 107. Prerequisite: AVS 121. Fee: $2417
40946 Rock Cr BLDG6 110 7:00a–12:00p MTWRF 11/15–12/10 Phillips
47652 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree
AMT 121 Turbine Engine Theory & Maint, 4.00 Cr.—Presents theory for all 47653 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd
turbine engines, but does not build expertise in any one design. Maintenance includes
AVS 123 Airplane: Cross-Cntry/Test Prp, 1.00 Cr.—Student completes the
inspection, checking, servicing and repairing turbine engines and turbine engine installa-
cross-country requirements, including the long solo cross-country flight, and prepares
tions. Prerequisites: AMT 203, AMT 204, MTH 60 or with AMT Department Chair permis-
to take the FAA practical test. Flight training fees apply and cover a specific amount of
sion, the AMT department Math test with 70% or higher. Fee: $24
training; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed information.
44442 Rock Cr BLDG6 109 7:00a–12:00p MTWRF 11/15–12/10 Kercher
The AVS 121, 122, 123 sequence is an alternative equivalent to AVS 125. Coreq: AVS 107
AMT 211 Composite Structures, 4.00 Cr.—Covers modern bonded structures such Prerequisite: AVS 122. Fee: $1888
as honeycomb and laminated components. Includes discussion of inspection and limited 47654 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree
repairs to wood structures. Examines methods of removing finishes, corrosion proofing 47655 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd
and painting aircraft and aircraft components. Includes inspection and recovering opera-
tions for fabric covered aircraft. Prerequisites: AMT 203, AMT 204, MTH 60 or with AMT AVS 125 Airplane: Private Pilot Flight, 3.00 Cr.—Familiarizes student with opera-
Department Chair permission, the AMT department Math test with 70% or higher. Fee: $24 tion of single engine aircraft. Fundamentals of flight, air traffic control and operational
procedures are explored. Prepares student for the FAA Private Pilot Airplane practical test.
43785 Rock Cr BLDG6 103 7:00a–12:00p MTWRF 9/20–10/14 Guenther
Flight training fees apply and cover a specific amount of training; please see the Course
48049 Rock Cr BLDG6 103 7:00a–12:00p MTWRF 11/15–12/10 Guenther
Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed information. The AVS 121, 122, 123 sequence
is an alternative equivalent to this course. Coreq: AVS 107 and AVS 120. Prerequisite:
MTH 60, WR 115 and AVS 127. Fee: $8370
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AVS 127 Introduction to Aviation, 4.00 Cr.—Examines aviation from early flight AVS 142 Airplane: Comm XC Exploration, 1.00 Cr.—Provides the opportunity
to future potentials. Introduces career opportunities in all fields of aviation and outlines to build confidence in solo VFR cross-country planning and flying skills in a variety of

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career advancement possibilities. Provides general overview of pilot certificates and terrain environments farther from the base of training. Flight training fees apply and cover
ratings and training aircraft used. May include visits to area aviation facilities. Open to a specific amount of training; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for
general public. detailed information. The AVS 141, 142. 143 sequence is an alternative equivalent to AVS
41122 Rock Cr BLDG6 110 3:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Altree 145. Coreq: AVS 107. Prerequisite: AVS 141. Fee: $2033
44165 SE Center TABOR 137 12:00p–1:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Leonard-Floyd 47664 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree
AVS 130 Instrument Ground School, 4.00 Cr.—Covers fundamentals of instrument 47665 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd
flight planning, use of flight and navigation instrumentation, air traffic control procedures, AVS 143 Airplane: Comm Precision XC, 1.00 Cr.—Focuses on increasing cross-
radio navigation systems including the concepts of instrument flight. Presents sufficient country flying skills to Commercial Pilot standards. Emphasis will be on maintaining
knowledge to prepare for the FAA Instrument Rating knowledge test. NOTE: Course not accurate course and arrival times while simultaneously maintaining situational awareness
recommended without prior flight experience. Prerequisite: AVS 120. Fee: $20 and make safe decisions. Flight training fees apply and cover a specific amount of train-
w Distance Learning: Online Class ing; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed information. The
41123 For info contact: Rock Creek Forbes AVS 141, 142. 143 sequence is an alternative equivalent to AVS 145. Coreq: AVS 107.
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. Prerequisite: AVS 142. Fee: $1984
AVS 131 Airplane: Instr Attitude/Nav, 1.00 Cr.—Develops basic attitude instrument 47666 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree
flying skills and radio navigation techniques as well as holding patterns. Students will fly 47667 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd
in the airplane and in a simulator. Flight training fees apply and cover a specific amount of AVS 145 Introduction to Comm Airplane, 3.00 Cr.—Begins commercial pilot
training; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed information. training activities and includes cross-country flight operations and a review of previous
The AVS 131, 132, 133 sequence is an alternative equivalent to AVS 135. Co-req: AVS items learned during private pilot training. Students will learn how to plan and execute a
107 and AVS 130. Prerequisite: AVS 123 or AVS 125. Fee: $2675 cross-country flight as a commercial pilot. Flight training fees apply and cover a specific
47656 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree amount of training; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed
47657 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd information. The AVS 141, 142, 143 sequence is an equivalent alternative to this course.
AVS 132 Airplane: Instrument Approach, 1.00 Cr.—Develops knowledge of pro- Prerequisites: AVS 135 or AVS 133. Coreq: AVS 107 and AVS 140.
cedures relating to the departure and terminal phase of an instrument flight. Students will 43847 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree
Department Approval Required.
fly in the airplane and in a simulator. Flight training fees apply and cover a specific amount
43848 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd
of training; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed information.
The AVS 131, 132, 133 sequence is an alternative equivalent to AVS 135. Coreq: AVS 107 AVS 167 Aircraft Systems: Powerplant, 3.00 Cr.—Designed to give students
Prerequisite: AVS 131 Fee: $3347 the background in aircraft systems and structures, with an emphasis on powerplant
47658 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree components, that will enable them to progress into more advanced aircraft. Provides
47659 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd understanding of the safe and efficient operation of aircraft systems. Prior flight experience
recommended.
AVS 133 Airplane: Instrument XC, 1.00 Cr.—Develops knowledge of cross-country
43836 Rock Cr BLDG6 110 3:00p–4:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Altree
flight planning under Instrument Flight Rules. Covers lost-comm procedures. Includes
preparation for the FAA practical test. Students will fly in the airplane and in a simulator. AVS 207 Flight Lab Level 2, 1.00 Cr.—Provides an opportunity for practice and
Flight training fees apply and cover a specific amount of training; please see the Course preparation in knowledge and skills that are directly related to Aviation Science 200-level
Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed information. The AVS 131, 132, 133 sequence airplane or helicopter flight courses. Areas covered include weather, flight planning,
is an alternative equivalent to AVS 135. Coreq: AVS 107. Prerequisite: AVS 132. Fee: maneuvers, weight and balance, aircraft performance and lesson preparation techniques.
$2578 Students must be enrolled in this class if they are working towards completion of a flight
47660 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree course. Fee: $12
47661 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd 44472 Rock Cr BLDG2 248 4:30p–7:20p F 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd
47702 Rock Cr BLDG2 248 1:30p–4:20p F 9/24–12/10 Altree
AVS 135 Airplane: Instrument Flight, 3.00 Cr.—Receive training in instrument
44473 SE Center TABOR 117 2:00p–4:50p R 9/23–12/9 TBA
flight operations including basic attitude instrument skills, radio navigation, departure and
47703 SE Center TABOR 111 5:00p–7:50p R 9/23–12/9 Leonard-Floyd
approach procedures and instrument cross-country planning and flying. Prepares student
for the FAA Instrument Rating - Airplane practical test. The AVS 131, 132, 133 sequence AVS 221 Airplane: Complex Airplanes, 1.00 Cr.—Introduction to the operation
is an equivalent alternative to this course. Flight training fees apply and cover a specific of single-engine airplanes with retractable landing gear and constant-speed propellers.
amount of training; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed Emphasis on checklist usage and systems management. Flight training fees apply and
information. Prerequisite: AVS 125 or AVS 123. Corequisite: AVS 107 and AVS 130. Fee: cover a specific amount of training; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide
$8601 for detailed information. The AVS 221, 222, 223, 224 sequence is an alternative equivalent
43845 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree to AVS 225. Coreq: AVS 207. Prerequisite: AVS 143 or AVS 145. Fee: $1454
43846 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd 47682 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree
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AVS 137 Applied Aerodynamics, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces aerodynamics. Explores
various concepts and theories relevant to modern aviation. Open to the general public (no AVS 222 Airplane: Commercial Maneuvers, 1.00 Cr.—Introduces the precision
math prerequisite.) flight maneuvers required to be performed during the commercial practical test. Emphasis
47609 SE Center TABOR 137 8:00a–9:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Leonard-Floyd is on accurate procedures and safe practicing techniques. Flight training fees apply and
cover a specific amount of training; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide
AVS 140 Airplane: Comm Pilot Ground, 4.00 Cr.—Covers advanced concepts of
for detailed information. The AVS 221, 222, 223, 224 sequence is an alternative equivalent
flight maneuvers, Federal Aviation Regulations, weight and balance, and other aeronauti-
to AVS 225. Coreq: AVS 207. Prerequisite: AVS 221. Fee: $3131
cal skill topics. Presents sufficient knowledge to prepare for the FAA Commercial pilot
47684 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree
knowledge test. Prerequisite: AVS 130. Fee: $20
47685 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd
w Distance Learning: Online Class AVS 223 Airplane: Comml Proficiency, 1.00 Cr.—Preparation to take the Commer-
42540 For info contact: Rock Creek Forbes
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. cial Pilot Single-Engine-Land practical test. Emphasis is on safety, procedural discipline,
smoothness and precision in all required maneuvers. Flight training fees apply and cover
AVS 141 Airplane: Comm XC/Night Intro, 1.00 Cr.—Includes both day and night a specific amount of training; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for
cross-country instruction as well as local and cross-country solo night flights. Emphasis detailed information. The AVS 221, 222, 223, 224 sequence is an alternative equivalent to
is on commercial standards for planning, judgment and flying long distances during day AVS 225. Coreq: AVS 207. Prerequisite: AVS 222. Fee: $2695
and night visual conditions. Flight training fees apply and cover a specific amount of train- 47686 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree
ing; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed information. The 47687 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd
AVS 141, 142, 143 sequence is an alternative equivalent to AVS 145. Coreq: AVS 107 and
AVS 140. Prerequisite: AVS 133. Fee: $2952 AVS 224 Airplane: Multi-Engine, 1.00 Cr.—Introduces and develops proficiency in
47662 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree flying multi-engine airplanes in both VFR and IFR operations. Prepares the student to take
47663 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd the Commercial Multi-Engine-Land practical test. Includes preparation work in simulators.
Flight training fees apply and cover a specific amount of training; please see the Course
Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed information. The AVS 221, 222, 223, 224
sequence is an alternative equivalent to AVS 225. Coreq: AVS 207. Prerequisite: AVS 223.
Fee: $5700
47688 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree
47689 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd
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AVS 225 Airplane: Commercial Flight, 4.00 Cr.—Concludes commercial pilot
training activities and includes complex flight operations, multi-engine operations,
Helicopter
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advanced systems and performance maneuvers. Students will be prepared to take the All flight courses require department approval. Please contact an AVS advisor for ad-
Commercial Pilot single-engine land practical test and the multi-engine land additional ditional information.
class rating practical test upon successful completion of the course. The AVS 221, 222, AVS 107 Flight Lab Level 1, 1.00 Cr.—Provides an opportunity for practice and
223, 224 sequence is an equivalent alternative to this course. Flight training fees apply preparation in knowledge and skills that are directly related to Aviation Science 100-level
and cover a specific amount of training; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome airplane or helicopter flight courses. Areas covered include weather, flight planning,
Guide for detailed information. Prerequisites: AVS 143 or AVS 145. Co-requisite: AVS maneuvers, weight and balance, aircraft performance and lesson preparation techniques.
207. Fee: $12980 Students must be enrolled in this class if they are working towards completion of a flight
43855 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree course. Fee: $12
43856 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd 44436 Rock Cr BLDG2 248 1:30p–4:20p F 9/20–12/11 Altree
AVS 227 Aviation Careers, 4.00 Cr.—Designed to prepare students for a career 47700 Rock Cr BLDG2 248 4:30p–7:20p F 9/24–12/10 Altree
in aviation. Explores aviation employment opportunities. Includes interview and resume 44437 SE Center TABOR 117 2:00p–4:50p R 9/23–12/9 TBA
preparation. Intended for second year AVS students. Fee: $20 47701 SE Center TABOR 111 5:00p–7:50p R 9/23–12/9 TBA
w Distance Learning: Online Class AVS 110 Helicopter Private Ground, 4.00 Cr.—Covers fundamentals of flight,
43835 For info contact: Rock Creek Leonard-Floyd helicopter systems, aeronautical publications, Federal Aviation Regulations, navigation,
Some meetings required: see course info page. flight planning, radio procedures and weather. Presents sufficient knowledge to prepare for
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. the FAA Private Pilot Rotocraft knowledge test. Fee: $20
AVS 230 Airplane:Flight Instructor Grd, 4.00 Cr.—Includes flight instruction w Distance Learning: Online Class
fundamentals, evaluation techniques, and related skills necessary for a Flight Instruc- 41258 For info contact: Rock Creek Sevy
tor certificate. Emphasizes instruction techniques and presents sufficient knowledge to Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
prepare for the FAA Fundamentals of Instructing and CFI knowledge tests. Prerequisite: AVS 111 Helicopter: Pre-Solo, 1.00 Cr.—Introduces basic and emergency heli-
AVS 140. Fee: $20 copter maneuvers necessary for flight in the local area. Prepares the student for their first
w Distance Learning: Online Class local solo flights. Flight training fees apply and cover a specific amount of training; please
41881 For info contact: Rock Creek Forbes see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed information. The AVS 111,
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 112, 113 sequence is an alternative equivalent to AVS 115. Coreq: AVS 107 and AVS 110.
Prerequisite: MTH 60, WR 115 and AVS 127. Fee: $10648
AVS 231 Airplane: CFI Intro, 1.00 Cr.—Introduction to flight from the right (instruc-
47644 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree
tor) seat and basic critique and analysis. Maneuvers from the Private and Commercial
47645 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd
Practical Test Standards will be practiced. Flight training fees apply and cover a specific
amount of training; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed AVS 112 Helicopter: Priv Cross-Country, 1.00 Cr.—Introduces planning and
information. The AVS 231, 232 sequence is an alternative equivalent to AVS 235. Coreq: flight skills and procedures appropriate to cross-country and night flight. Students who
AVS 207 and AVS 230. Prerequisite: AVS 224. Fee: $1993 successfully complete this course will conduct their solo cross-country flight as part of
47690 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree the course. Flight training fees apply and cover a specific amount of training; please see
47691 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed information. The AVS 111, 112,
113 sequence is an alternative equivalent to AVS 115. Coreq: AVS 107. Prerequisite: AVS
AVS 232 Airplane: CFI Test Prep, 1.00 Cr.—Preparation for the Certified Flight
111. Fee: $3485
Instructor practical test. Focus is on both teaching techniques and performance of the
47646 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree
required maneuvers. Flight training fees apply and cover a specific amount of training;
47647 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd
please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed information. The AVS
231, 232, sequence is an alternative equivalent to AVS 235. Coreq: AVS 207. Prerequisite: AVS 113 Helicopter: Priv Proficiency, 1.00 Cr.—Preparation to take the FAA Heli-
AVS 231. Fee: $2533 copter Private practical test. Emphasis is on proficiency in the flight maneuvers, thorough
47692 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree preflight actions and exercising safe decision- making. Flight training fees apply and cover
47693 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd a specific amount of training; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for
detailed information. The AVS 111, 112. 113 sequence is an alternative equivalent to AVS
AVS 235 Airplane: Flight Instruct Flt, 2.00 Cr.—Provides a structured environment
115. Coreq: AVS 107 Prerequisite: AVS 112. Fee: $5179
to learn to fly the aircraft from the instructor’s seat. Learn to explain, demonstrate and to
47648 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree
assess flight performance. Prepares students for the FAA Flight Instructor practical test.
47649 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd
Flight training fees apply and cover a specific amount of training; please see the Course
Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed information. The AVS 231, 232 sequence is AVS 115 Helicopter Private Flight, 3.00 Cr.—Familiarizes student with the opera-
an equivalent alternative to this course. Prerequisites: AVS 224 or AVS 225. Corequisite: tion of helicopters. Fundamentals of flight, emergency procedures, air traffic control and
AVS 207 and AVS 230. Fee: $4527 operational procedures are explored. Prepares student for the FAA Private Pilot Rotocraft
43857 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree Helicopter practical test. The AVS 111, 112, 113 sequence is an equivalent alternative to
43858 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd this course. Flight training fees apply and cover a specific amount of training; please see
the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed information. Coreq: AVS 107 and
AVS 255 Airplane: Pilot Performance, 1.00 Cr.—Designed to expose students to
AVS 110. Prerequisite: MTH 60, WR 115 and AVS 127. Fee: $19312
Cockpit Resource Management. Focuses on workload management and check list usage.
43839 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree
Flight training fees apply and cover a specific amount of training; please see the Course
43842 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd
Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed information. Prerequisites: AVS 225 and FAA
Commercial Pilot Certificate with Multi-engine Land and Instrument rating. Co-requisite: AVS 127 Introduction to Aviation, 4.00 Cr.—Examines aviation from early flight
AVS 207 Fee: $1683 to future potentials. Introduces career opportunities in all fields of aviation and outlines
43859 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree career advancement possibilities. Provides general overview of pilot certificates and
43860 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd ratings and training aircraft used. May include visits to area aviation facilities. Open to
general public.
AVS 275 Airplane: Professional Pilot, 3.00 Cr.—Provides further post-commercial
41122 Rock Cr BLDG6 110 3:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Altree
instruction and PIC flight time in single and multi-engine aircraft for those not selecting
44165 SE Center TABOR 137 12:00p–1:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Leonard-Floyd
the flight instructor option. Flight training fees apply and cover a specific amount of
training; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed information. AVS 150 Helicopter: Commercial Ground, 3.00 Cr.—In depth study of aerody-
Prerequisite: AVS 225 and FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate with Instrument rating. Co- namics systems, performance, aeronautical charts, regulations, and flight maneuvers all
requisites: AVS 207 relating specifically to helicopters. Presents sufficient knowledge to prepare for the FAA
43863 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree Commercial Pilot Rotocraft helicopter written test. Fee: $20
43864 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd w Distance Learning: Online Class
42541 For info contact: Rock Creek Sevy
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AVS 151 Helicopter: Comm XC, 1.00 Cr.—Provides the opportunity for the student AVS 213 Helicopter: Adv Commercial, 1.00 Cr.—Provides both flight instruction
to build confidence in solo and cross-country operations and fulfill the cross- country in commercial maneuvers and solo practice of maneuvers required for the commercial

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requirements for the Commercial certificate. Flight training fees apply and cover a specific certificate. Flight training fees apply and cover a specific amount of training; please see the
amount of training; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed information. The AVS 211, 212, 213,
information. The AVS 151, 152, 153 sequence is an alternative equivalent to AVS 155. 214 sequence is an alternative equivalent to AVS 215. (without AVS 112 the sequence is
Coreq: AVS 107 and AVS 150. Prerequisite: AVS 113. Fee: $5445 equivalent to AVS 205) Coreq: AVS 207. Prerequisite: AVS 211. Fee: $5034
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AVS 152 Helicopter: Commercial Basics, 1.00 Cr.—Introduces basic maneuvers AVS 214 Helicopter: Comm Test Prep, 1.00 Cr.—Preparation to take the FAA
required for the Commercial certificate. Includes solo lessons during which the student Commercial practical test. Includes night solo requirements. Flight training fees apply and
will review Private maneuvers. Flight training fees apply and cover a specific amount of cover a specific amount of training; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide
training; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed information. for detailed information. The AVS 211, 212, 213, 214 sequence is an alternative equivalent
The AVS 151, 152, 153 sequence is an alternative equivalent to AVS 155. Coreq: AVS 107. to AVS 215 (without AVS 212 the sequence is equivalent to AVS 205. Coreq: AVS 207.
Prerequisite: AVS 151. Fee: $4235 Prerequisite: AVS 213. Fee: $5034
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47671 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd 47681 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd
AVS 153 Helicopter: Comm Basc Practice, 1.00 Cr.—Provides the opportunity AVS 215 Helicopter:Commercial Flight B, 4.00 Cr.—Continues the Commercial
for additional instruction in the basic commercial maneuvers as well as additional solo Pilot Rotorcraft Helicopter training activities and includes cross-country flight operations
practice. Flight training fees apply and cover a specific amount of training; please see the and a review of previous items learned during the introduction to Commercial Pilot train-
Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed information. The AVS 151, 152, 153 ing. Increase knowledge about efficiently planning and executing cross-country flights as
sequence is an alternative equivalent to AVS 155. Coreq: AVS 107. Prerequisite: AVS 152. well as off airport operations required for commercial pilots. Does not include training for
Fee: $5687 the instrument rating. The AVS 211, 213, 214 sequence is an equivalent alternative to this
47672 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree course. Flight training fees apply and cover a specific amount of training; please see the
47673 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed information. Prerequisite: AVS 153 or
AVS 155 Helicopter: Intro Comm Flight, 3.00 Cr.—Begins the commercial pilot AVS 155. Coreq: AVS 207. Fee: $20900
training activities. Cross- country flight procedures and emergency maneuvers are the 43853 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree
focus. Students must hold a private pilot certificate prior to enrollment. The AVS 151, 152, 43854 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd
153 sequence is an equivalent alternative to this course. Flight training fees apply and AVS 227 Aviation Careers, 4.00 Cr.—Designed to prepare students for a career
cover a specific amount of training; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide in aviation. Explores aviation employment opportunities. Includes interview and resume
for detailed information. Prerequisite: AVS 115 or AVS 113. Coreq: AVS 107 and AVS 150. preparation. Intended for second year AVS students. Fee: $20
Fee: $15367 w Distance Learning: Online Class
43849 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree 43835 For info contact: Rock Creek Leonard-Floyd
43850 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd Some meetings required: see course info page.
AVS 167 Aircraft Systems: Powerplant, 3.00 Cr.—Designed to give students Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
the background in aircraft systems and structures, with an emphasis on powerplant AVS 260 Helicopter: CFI Ground, 4.00 Cr.—Includes flight instruction fundamen-
components, that will enable them to progress into more advanced aircraft. Provides tals, evaluation techniques, and related skills necessary for a Flight Instructor certificate.
understanding of the safe and efficient operation of aircraft systems. Prior flight experience Emphasizes instruction techniques and presents sufficient knowledge to prepare for the
recommended. FAA Fundamentals of Instructing and CFI knowledge tests. Prerequisite: AVS 150. Fee:
43836 Rock Cr BLDG6 110 3:00p–4:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Altree $20
AVS 205 Helicopter:Commercial Flight A, 3.00 Cr.—Continues the Commercial w Distance Learning: Online Class
Pilot Rotorcraft Helicopter training activities and includes cross-country flight operations 42784 For info contact: Rock Creek Sevy
and a review of previous items learned during the introduction to Commercial Pilot train- Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
ing. Increase knowledge about efficiently planning and executing cross-country flights as AVS 261 Helicopter: Intro to CFI, 1.00 Cr.—Introduction to flight from the left (in-
well as off airport operations required for commercial pilots. Does not include training for structor) seat and basic critique and analysis. Maneuvers from the Private and Commercial
the instrument rating. The AVS 211, 213, 214 sequence is an equivalent alternative to this Practical Test Standards will be practiced. Flight training fees apply and cover a specific
course. Flight training fees apply and cover a specific amount of training; please see the amount of training; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed
Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed information. Prerequisite: AVS 153 or information. The AVS 261, 262, 263 sequence is an alternative equivalent to AVS 265.
AVS 155. Coreq: AVS 207 Fee: $14859 Coreq: AVS 207 and AVS 260. Prerequisite: AVS 205 or AVS 214 or AVS 215. Fee: $2754
43851 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree 47694 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree
43852 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd 47695 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd
AVS 207 Flight Lab Level 2, 1.00 Cr.—Provides an opportunity for practice and AVS 262 Helicopter: CFI Development, 1.00 Cr.—Focuses on providing effective
preparation in knowledge and skills that are directly related to Aviation Science 200-level instruction in maneuvers from the helicopter private and commercial syllabi to practical
airplane or helicopter flight courses. Areas covered include weather, flight planning, test standards. Flight training fees apply and cover a specific amount of training; please
maneuvers, weight and balance, aircraft performance and lesson preparation techniques. see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed information. The AVS 261,
Students must be enrolled in this class if they are working towards completion of a flight AVS 262, AVS 263 sequence is an alternative equivalent to AVS 265. Coreq: AVS 207.
course. Fee: $12 Prerequisite: AVS 261. Fee: $2754
44472 Rock Cr BLDG2 248 4:30p–7:20p F 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd 47696 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree
47702 Rock Cr BLDG2 248 1:30p–4:20p F 9/24–12/10 Altree 47697 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd
44473 SE Center TABOR 117 2:00p–4:50p R 9/23–12/9 TBA
AVS 263 Helicopter: CFI Test Prep, 1.00 Cr.—Preparation for the FAA practical test
47703 SE Center TABOR 111 5:00p–7:50p R 9/23–12/9 Leonard-Floyd
for the Flight Instructor certificate. Increases proficiency in all applicable flight maneuvers
AVS 211 Helicopter: Instrument Intro, 1.00 Cr.—Introduces flight solely by refer- including full-down autorotation. Flight training fees apply and cover a specific amount of
ence to instrument and fulfills the instrument flight requirement for the commercial practi- training; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for detailed information.
cal test. Also includes the opportunity for solo practice of VFR maneuvers. Flight training The AVS 261, 262, 263 sequence is an alternative equivalent to AVS 265. Coreq: AVS 207
fees apply and cover a specific amount of training; please see the Course Curriculum and Prerequisite: AVS 262. Fee: $3099
Outcome Guide for detailed information. The AVS 211, 212, 213, 214 sequence is an alter- 47698 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree
native equivalent to AVS 215 (without AVS 212 the sequence is equivalent to AVS 205) 47699 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd
Coreq: AVS 207. Prerequisite: AVS 154. Fee: $4792
AVS 265 Helicopter: CFI Flight, 3.00 Cr.—Provides a structured environment to
47674 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree
learn to fly the helicopter from the instructor’s seat. Learn to explain, demonstrate and to
47675 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd
assess flight performance. Prepares students for the FAA Flight Instructor practical test.
AVS 212 Helicopter: Instr Procedures, 1.00 Cr.—Holding patterns and approach The AVS 261, 262, 263 sequence is an equivalent alternative to this course. Flight training
procedures are introduced and practiced in the simulator. Training fees apply and cover fees apply and cover a specific amount of training; please see the Course Curriculum
a specific amount of training; please see the Course Curriculum and Outcome Guide for and Outcome Guide for detailed information. Prerequisite: AVS 205 or 214 or 215. Co-
detailed information. The AVS 211, 212, 213, 214 sequence is an alternative equivalent to requisites: AVS 207, AVS 260 Fee: $8608
AVS 215. Coreq: AVS 207 and AVS 130. Prerequisite: AVS 211. Fee: $6041 43861 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree
47676 Hillsboro HBAVIA HIO TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Altree 43862 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd
47677 Troutdale HBAVIE TTD TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Leonard-Floyd
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Biology Lecture
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40770 Distance DST LEARN TBA TBA 9/21–12/7 Stevens


Cascade JH 210, 503-978-5209 and Sylvania HT 303 5:00p–5:50p T 9/21–12/7 Stevens
Rock Cr BLDG7 202, 503-614-7257 Lab
SE Center Mt. Scott Hall 103, 503-788-6146, 503-788-6148 41815 Sylvania HT 303 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Stevens
Sylvania HT 305, 503-977-4225 Hybrid class meets on campus every Tues, 6:00 PM-9:50 PM

Lecture
BI 101 Biology, 4.00 Cr.—A laboratory science course designed for non-biology 44963 Distance DST LEARN TBA TBA 9/23–12/9 McNerthney
majors. Introduction to the properties of life, morphology and physiology of cells, cell and Sylvania HT 303 5:00p–5:50p R 9/23–12/9 McNerthney
chemistry, energy transformation, and the basic principles of ecology. Prerequisites: WR
115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores. Fee: $12 Lab
44964 Sylvania HT 303 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Kapur
Lecture Hybrid class meets on campus every Thurs, 6:00 PM-9:50 PM
40160 Cascade JH 102 11:00a–12:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Jordan BI 101H Biology: Honors, 4.00 Cr.—An honors laboratoy science course designed
Lab for non-biology majors. Introduction to the properties of life, morphology and physiology
41740 Cascade JH 108 1:00p–3:50p T 9/21–12/7 Jordan of cells, cell chemistry, energy transformation, and the basic principles of ecology. Course
41741 Cascade JH 108 1:00p–3:50p R 9/23–12/9 Larsen explores the connection between biological principles and other disciplines, including
architecture, economics, social sciences, history, and engineering. Prerequisite: WR 115,
Lecture RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores AND 3.25 GPA. Fee: $12
41917 Cascade JH 112 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Estrada
Lecture
Lab 46721 Sylvania HT 212 1:00p–2:20p MW 9/20–12/8 McNerthney
41918 Cascade JH 108 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Estrada Honors version of BI 101, 3.25 GPA required
Lab
Lecture 47102 Sylvania HT 303 9:00a–11:50a F 9/24–12/10 Stevens
41666 Cascade JH 112 2:30p–3:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Larsen
BI 102 Biology, 4.00 Cr.—A laboratory science course designed for non-biology ma-
Lab jors. The second term of a three-term sequence. Presents protein synthesis, cell division,
41742 Cascade JH 108 11:00a–1:50p W 9/22–12/8 Larsen
genetics, reproduction and development, and evolution. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115
and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores, and BI 101 or BI 101B. Fee: $12
Lecture
40159 Cascade JH 104 9:30a–12:20p S 9/25–12/11 Pope Lecture
Lab 40161 Cascade JH 112 9:00a–10:20a MW 9/20–12/8 Morin
41743 Cascade JH 108 9:30a–12:20p U 9/26–12/12 Pope Lab
41949 Cascade JH 108 11:00a–1:50p M 9/20–12/6 Morin
Lecture
42359 SE Center TABOR 127 12:00p–2:50p T 9/21–12/7 Stevens Lecture
Lab 41050 Rock Cr BLDG7 106 1:00p–2:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Lien
42868 SE Center TABOR 127 5:30p–8:20p R 9/23–12/9 Crater Lab
41973 Rock Cr BLDG7 124 3:00p–5:50p R 9/23–12/9 Turner
Lecture
40164 Rock Cr BLDG7 101 9:00a–10:20a TR 9/21–12/9 Anderson Lecture
40499 Rock Cr BLDG7 101 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Chockley 43471 Rock Cr BLDG7 223 5:30p–8:20p M 9/20–12/6 Brown-Istvan
Lab Lab
40608 Rock Cr BLDG7 124 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Kolotushkina 43472 Rock Cr BLDG7 124 5:30p–8:20p W 9/22–12/8 Hillary
40609 Rock Cr BLDG7 124 11:00a–1:50p T 9/21–12/7 Turner
41450 Rock Cr BLDG7 124 9:00a–11:50a F 9/24–12/10 Toyooka Lecture
41946 Rock Cr BLDG7 124 3:00p–5:50p M 9/20–12/6 Baker 40149 Sylvania HT 307 12:00p–1:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Connelly
Lab
Lecture 40150 Sylvania HT 303 9:00a–11:50a M 9/20–12/6 TBA
41018 Sylvania HT 212 7:00p–9:50p W 9/22–12/8 Woster
Lab BI 103 Biology, 4.00 Cr.—A laboratory science course designed for non-biology ma-
41019 Sylvania HT 303 7:00p–9:50p M 9/20–12/6 Woster jors. Presents the evolutionary relationship among the kingdoms. Includes a comparison
of biological systems across kingdoms. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or
equivalent placement test scores, and (BI 101 or BI 101B) and BI 102. Fee: $12
Lecture
41199 Sylvania HT 212 9:00a–11:50a S 9/25–12/11 Mani Lecture
Lab 48045 Cascade TH 202 3:00p–5:50p M 9/20–12/6 Perkins
41200 Sylvania HT 303 12:30p–3:20p S 9/25–12/11 Mani Lab
48046 Cascade JH 108 3:00p–5:50p W 9/22–12/8 Perkins
Lecture
40145 Sylvania HT 212 9:00a–10:20a TR 9/20–12/11 Crater Lecture
41393 Sylvania HT 212 11:30a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Anderson 40151 Sylvania HT 223 1:00p–2:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Woster
Lab Lab
40146 Sylvania HT 303 8:00a–10:50a T 9/20–12/11 Anderson 41324 Sylvania HT 302 9:00a–11:50a T 9/21–12/7 TBA
40147 Sylvania HT 303 11:00a–1:50p T 9/21–12/7 Crater
40148 Sylvania HT 303 9:00a–11:50a W 9/22–12/8 Schaerer
41073 Sylvania HT 303 3:00p–5:50p W 9/22–12/8 Crater
41074 Sylvania HT 303 8:00a–10:50a R 9/23–12/9 Anderson
41075 Sylvania HT 303 2:00p–4:50p R 9/23–12/9 Carpenter

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BI 112 Cell Biology for Health Occ, 5.00 Cr.—A laboratory science course
Lecture
designed as a prerequisite course for students who plan to take microbiology and/or anat-

C R E D I T C L A S S E S – FA L L 2 0 1 0
42205 Sylvania HT 213 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Connelly
omy and physiology. Topics will include study of the scientific method, cellular chemistry,
42206 Sylvania HT 223 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Briggs
cell structure and function, principles of inheritance, and laboratory skills. Prerequisites:
43662 Sylvania HT 213 8:30a–10:20a F 9/24–12/10 Zwartjes
WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores. Fee: $12
and Sylvania HT 213 11:00a–12:50p F 9/24–12/10 Zwartjes
Lecture 43695 Sylvania HT 212 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Fergusson-Ko
43262 Cascade TH 202 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Sandgathe 45490 Sylvania HT 223 5:00p–6:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Sahaayaruban
Lab Lab
43263 Cascade JH 216 1:30p–4:20p M 9/20–12/6 Pope 42208 Sylvania HT 304 8:00a–10:50a T 9/21–12/7 Connelly
43634 Cascade JH 216 1:30p–4:20p W 9/22–12/8 Mirkes 42209 Sylvania HT 304 1:30p–4:20p T 9/21–12/7 Fergusson-Ko
42210 Sylvania HT 304 9:00a–11:50a W 9/22–12/8 Briggs
42211 Sylvania HT 304 12:00p–2:50p W 9/22–12/8 Fergusson-Ko
Lecture 43006 Sylvania HT 304 8:00a–10:50a R 9/23–12/9 Connelly
45486 Cascade TH 107 4:00p–5:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Bartee 43661 Sylvania HT 304 1:30p–4:20p R 9/23–12/9 Sahaayaruban
Lab 43696 Sylvania HT 304 1:30p–4:20p F 9/25–12/10 Sahaayaruban
45487 Cascade JH 216 4:30p–7:20p M 9/20–12/6 Ansley 44273 Sylvania HT 304 3:00p–5:50p W 9/22–12/8 Llaneza Garci

Lecture Lecture
42259 Cascade TH 202 7:00p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Volpe 42207 Sylvania HT 212 7:00p–9:50p M 9/20–12/6 TBA
Lab and Sylvania HT 212 6:00p–6:50p W 9/22–12/8 TBA
42260 Cascade JH 216 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Perkins Lab
42622 Cascade JH 216 5:00p–7:50p F 9/24–12/10 Perkins 42212 Sylvania HT 304 7:00p–9:50p W 9/22–12/8 TBA

Lecture Lecture
44634 Cascade TH 202 9:30a–11:20a TR 9/21–12/9 TBA 43358 Sylvania HT 304 6:00p–6:50p T 9/21–12/7 TBA
Lab and Sylvania HT 212 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 TBA
44635 Cascade JH 216 12:30p–3:20p T 9/21–12/7 TBA Lab
44636 Cascade JH 216 12:30p–3:20p R 9/23–12/9 TBA 43359 Sylvania HT 304 7:00p–9:50p T 9/21–12/7 TBA

Lecture Lecture
42262 Cascade TH 202 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Dubbs 43659 Sylvania HT 307 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Hanlon Newell
Lab and Sylvania HT 304 6:00p–6:50p R 9/23–12/1 Hanlon Newell
42261 Cascade JH 216 9:00a–11:50a F 9/24–12/10 Dubbs Lab
43635 Cascade JH 216 1:00p–3:50p F 9/24–12/10 Dubbs 43412 Sylvania HT 304 7:00p–9:50p R 9/23–12/9 Hanlon Newell

Lecture
42623 Cascade JH 112 9:00a–10:50a S 9/25–12/11 Crampton
Environmental Habitats
and Cascade JH 112 3:00p–4:50p S 9/25–12/11 Crampton BI 141 Habitats: Life of the Forest, 4.00 Cr.—Examines structure and function
of Oregon forest ecosystems. Covers distribution and interactions of plants, animals,
Lab microorganisms, climate and basic geology. Laboratory emphasizes identification and
42624 Cascade JH 216 11:30a–2:20p S 9/25–12/11 Crampton environmental testing. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent place-
ment test scores. Fee: $12
Lecture
43638 Cascade JH 112 9:00a–10:50a U 9/26–12/12 Bartee Lecture
and Cascade JH 112 3:00p–4:50p U 9/26–12/12 Bartee 40498 Rock Cr BLDG7 225 1:00p–2:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Robertson
Lab Lab
43643 Cascade JH 216 11:30a–2:20p U 9/26–12/12 Bartee 42270 Rock Cr BLDG7 123 9:00a–11:50a R 9/23–12/9 Robertson

Lecture Lecture
43603 SE Center TABOR 145 12:00p–1:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Richardson 41394 Sylvania HT 213 5:00p–6:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Weston
4 Field Trip dates to be announced first week of class
Lab
43604 SE Center TABOR 127 8:30a–11:20a R 9/23–12/9 Richardson Lab
46737 SE Center TABOR 127 2:00p–4:50p R 9/23–12/9 Crater 41395 Sylvania HT 302 7:00p–9:50p T 9/21–12/7 Weston
4 of the labs will be replaced by Sat or Sun fieldtrips

Lecture
43473 Hillsboro HC 118 3:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Williams Biology for Science Majors
42294 Rock Cr BLDG7 101 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Powell BI 211 Principles of Biology, 5.00 Cr.—First term of a three term sequence for
42299 Rock Cr BLDG7 104 6:00p–7:50p WF 9/22–12/10 Sheldahl students majoring in biology and the sciences, including pre-medical, pre-dental,
42569 Rock Cr BLDG7 101 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Mueller-Kruse chiropractic, pharmacy, and related fields. Includes introduction to science, biochemistry,
43474 Rock Cr BLDG7 104 7:30p–9:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Schultz metabolism, the cell, molecular biology, and reproduction. Recommended: High school
44349 Rock Cr BLDG7 107 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Anderson biology and chemistry in the past seven years. Prerequisites: WR 115 and RD 115 or
44371 Rock Cr BLDG7 107 3:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Hillary equivalent placement test scores, and MTH 60 or higher. Prerequisite/Concurrent: CH 100
Lab or above; or instructor permission. Fee: $12
42300 Rock Cr BLDG7 124 3:00p–5:50p T 9/21–12/7 Powell
42301 Rock Cr BLDG7 124 9:30a–12:20p R 9/23–12/9 Hillary Lecture
42302 Rock Cr BLDG7 124 8:30p–9:50p WF 9/22–12/10 Sheldahl 41755 Cascade TH 122 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Jordan
42570 Rock Cr BLDG7 124 11:00a–1:50p W 9/22–12/8 Mueller-Kruse Lab
42572 Rock Cr BLDG7 124 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Gallegos 41756 Cascade JH 108 10:00a–12:50p F 9/24–12/10 Jordan
43475 Rock Cr BLDG7 124 1:00p–3:50p F 9/24–12/10 Huss 43413 Cascade JH 108 2:00p–4:50p F 9/24–12/10 Jordan
43476 Rock Cr BLDG7 124 11:30a–2:20p M 9/20–12/6 Huss
44350 Rock Cr BLDG7 124 5:30p–8:20p F 9/24–12/10 Llaneza Garci
44372 Rock Cr BLDG7 124 9:00a–11:50a S 9/25–12/11 Bhatia

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Lecture Lecture
C R E D I T C L A S S E S – FA L L 2 0 1 0

46095 Cascade JH 106 6:00p–7:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Crampton 45412 Sylvania HT 319 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 McNerthney
Lab Lab
46097 Cascade JH 108 5:00p–7:50p F 9/24–12/10 Ansley 45413 Sylvania HT 302 9:00a–11:50a R 9/23–12/9 Breland
BI 222 Human Genetics, 3.00 Cr.—Lecture/discussion presentation of the
Lecture fundamentals of human genetics. Includes physical basis of inheritance, the mechanics
44391 Rock Cr BLDG7 106 6:00p–9:50p F 9/24–12/10 Baker of inheritance, probability, sex chromosomal abnormalities, autosomal anomalies, gene
Lab structure and function, molecular genetics, behavioral genetics, twinning and contempo-
44393 Rock Cr BLDG7 126 9:00a–11:50a S 9/25–12/11 Baker rary issues in human genetics. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent
placement test scores.
Lecture 44373 Rock Cr BLDG7 107 2:00p–4:50p F 9/24–12/10 Williams
40167 Rock Cr BLDG7 101 11:30a–1:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Powell
Lab Anatomy and Physiology
42272 Rock Cr BLDG7 126 2:00p–4:50p M 9/20–12/6 Powell BI 121 Intro Human Anatomy/Phys I, 4.00 Cr.—Surveys anatomical terminol-
42273 Rock Cr BLDG7 126 2:00p–4:50p W 9/22–12/8 Powell ogy, basic chemistry, cell structure and function, tissues, and the following systems:
integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous. Lecture discussions complemented by
laboratories involving physiological exercises, dissections, microscopy, and multimedia.
Lecture Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores. Fee: $12
40168 Rock Cr BLDG7 225 5:00p–6:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Rouhe
Lab Lecture
42006 Rock Cr BLDG7 126 7:00p–9:50p W 9/22–12/8 Rouhe 41744 Cascade TH 202 11:30a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Larsen
Lab
Lecture 41746 Cascade JH 219 8:00a–10:50a T 9/21–12/7 Larsen
42520 Rock Cr BLDG7 106 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 TBA 44666 Cascade JH 219 8:00a–10:50a R 9/23–12/9 Larsen
and Rock Cr BLDG7 126 6:00p–6:50p F 9/24–12/10 TBA
Lab Lecture
42521 Rock Cr BLDG7 126 7:00p–9:50p F 9/24–12/10 TBA 48215 Cascade JH 102 1:00p–3:50p F 9/24–12/10 Mirkes
Lab
Lecture 48216 Cascade JH 219 5:00p–7:50p F 9/24–12/10 Cusson
43366 Rock Cr BLDG7 225 3:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Pino
Lab Lecture
43367 Rock Cr BLDG7 126 11:00a–1:50p M 9/20–12/6 Pino 40152 Sylvania HT 213 11:30a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Zwartjes
Lab
Lecture 40545 Sylvania HT 302 8:00a–10:50a M 9/20–12/6 Zwartjes
40154 Sylvania HT 223 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Fong 40546 Sylvania HT 302 2:00p–4:50p M 9/20–12/6 Kelsey
Lab
40555 Sylvania HT 302 8:00a–10:50a W 9/22–12/8 Fong Lecture
40556 Sylvania HT 302 2:00p–4:50p W 9/22–12/8 Fong 43663 Sylvania HT 213 7:00p–9:50p W 9/22–12/8 Kelsey
Lab
Lecture 43664 Sylvania HT 302 7:00p–9:50p M 9/20–12/6 Kelsey
40158 Sylvania HT 213 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Ballew
and Sylvania HT 213 6:00p–6:50p W 9/22–12/8 Ballew BI 122 Intro Human Anat/Phys II, 4.00 Cr.—Surveys the endocrine, lymphatic,
44827 Sylvania HT 212 2:30p–4:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Ballew cardiovascular, digestive, respiratory, reproductive, urinary, and some coverage of human
development, human genetics, and immunology. Lecture discussions are complemented
Lab by laboratories which include physiological exercises, dissections, microscopy, and
40557 Sylvania HT 302 7:00p–9:50p W 9/22–12/8 Ballew multimedia. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test
44234 Sylvania HT 302 11:00a–1:50p W 9/22–12/8 Ballew scores, and BI 121. Fee: $12
BI 212 Principles of Biology, 5.00 Cr.—Second part of a three-quarter sequence
Lecture
designed for students majoring in biology and the sciences, including pre-medical,
44043 Sylvania HT 212 6:00p–8:50p F 9/24–12/10 Sahaayaruban
pre-dental, chiropractic, pharmacy, and related fields. Topics include: inheritance, the
genetic code, modern and classical genetics, evolution, diversity, and systematics. This Lab
course may include some dissection of plants and animals. Prerequisite: BI 211 and its 44044 Sylvania HT 325 5:00p–7:50p S 9/25–12/11 Sahaayaruban
prerequisite requirements. Fee: $12
BI 231 Human Anatomy & Physiology I, 4.00 Cr.—First term of three-term
Lecture sequence covering: chemistry, cells, tissues; the skin, skeletal and muscular systems and
48054 Sylvania HT 213 3:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Breland nervous tissue. Lecture discussions complemented by laboratories involving microscopy,
animal dissection, physiological exercises and computer work. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD
Lab 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores, and BI 112 or (BI 211 and BI 212)
48055 Sylvania HT 302 2:00p–4:50p T 9/21–12/7 Breland Fee: $12
BI 213 Principles of Biology, 5.00 Cr.—Third term of a three term sequence for
Lecture
students majoring in biology and the sciences, including pre-medical, pre-dental, chiro-
40162 Cascade JH 104 6:00p–7:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Thwing
practic, pharmacy, and related fields. Includes plant and animal anatomy and physiology,
and individual, population, community and ecosystem ecology. Prerequisite: BI 212 and Lab
its prerequisite requirements. Fee: $12 40642 Cascade JH 219 4:30p–5:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Thwing
41898 Cascade JH 219 7:30p–8:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Thwing
Lecture
41499 Sylvania HT 307 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Llaneza Garci Lecture
Service-Learning Option see: www.pcc.edu/servicelearning 41758 Cascade JH 102 9:30a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Neps
Lab Lab
41500 Sylvania HT 302 12:00p–2:50p R 9/23–12/9 Llaneza Garci 41656 Cascade JH 219 12:00p–2:50p T 9/21–12/7 Neps
Service-Learning Option see: www.pcc.edu/servicelearning
41759 Cascade JH 219 12:00p–2:50p R 9/23–12/9 Neps

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Lecture Lecture

C R E D I T C L A S S E S – FA L L 2 0 1 0
41919 Cascade JH 104 6:00p–7:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Salti 40155 Sylvania HT 223 9:30a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 DeGrauw
Lab 40156 Sylvania HT 223 11:30a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 DeGrauw
40641 Cascade JH 219 4:30p–5:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Salti 40157 Sylvania HT 223 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 DeGrauw
43050 Cascade JH 219 7:30p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Salti 41263 Sylvania HT 213 8:30a–11:20a S 9/25–12/11 Thurman
41325 Sylvania HT 223 11:30a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 DeGrauw
Lecture Lab
41950 Cascade JH 104 1:00p–2:20p WF 9/22–12/10 Galba-Machu 40547 Sylvania HT 325 11:00a–1:50p M 9/20–12/6 Thomas
40548 Sylvania HT 325 2:00p–4:50p M 9/20–12/6 Thomas
Lab 40549 Sylvania HT 325 8:00a–10:50a T 9/21–12/7 Thomas
41890 Cascade JH 219 9:00a–11:50a W 9/22–12/8 Galba-Machu 40550 Sylvania HT 325 2:00p–4:50p T 9/21–12/7 Ruppell
41951 Cascade JH 219 9:00a–11:50a F 9/24–12/10 Galba-Machu 40551 Sylvania HT 325 8:00a–10:50a W 9/22–12/8 Schacker
40621 Sylvania HT 325 2:00p–4:50p W 9/22–12/8 Thomas
Lecture 41264 Sylvania HT 302 12:00p–2:50p F 9/24–12/10 TBA
41824 Cascade JH 104 9:00a–11:50a F 9/24–12/10 Christie 41326 Sylvania HT 325 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Schacker
Lab 41327 Sylvania HT 325 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Martin
41760 Cascade JH 219 1:00p–3:50p F 9/24–12/10 Christie 43244 Sylvania HT 302 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Schacker
44758 Cascade JH 219 12:30p–3:20p W 9/22–12/8 Stevens 44975 Sylvania HT 302 8:30a–11:20a S 9/25–12/11 Martin
45458 Sylvania HT 302 12:00p–2:50p S 9/25–12/11 Thurman
Lecture BI 232 Human Anatomy & Physiology II, 4.00 Cr.—Second term of a three-
41900 Cascade JH 104 6:00p–8:50p F 9/24–12/10 Christie term sequence. Courses may not be taken out of sequence. Covers nervous, endocrine,
Lab cardiovascular and immune systems. Lecture discussions complemented by laboratories
41531 Cascade JH 219 9:00a–11:50a S 9/25–12/11 Salti involving microscopy, animal dissection, physiological exercises and computer work such
43291 Cascade JH 219 1:00p–3:50p S 9/25–12/11 Salti as CD-ROM-based exercises. Prerequisite: BI 231 with a “C” or better and its prerequisite
requirements. Fee: $12
Lecture Lecture
44243 Cascade JH 104 9:00a–11:50a U 9/26–12/12 Cusson 41513 Cascade JH 104 10:00a–11:20a TR 9/21–12/9 Fugate
Lab Lab
44247 Cascade JH 219 1:00p–3:50p U 9/26–12/12 Cusson 41532 Cascade JH 110 12:00p–2:50p T 9/21–12/7 Fugate
41891 Cascade JH 110 12:00p–2:50p R 9/23–12/9 Fugate
Lecture
44770 Cascade JH 106 8:00a–10:50a M 9/20–12/6 Mirkes Lecture
Lab 41952 Cascade JH 104 7:30p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Galba-Machu
44771 Cascade JH 219 12:00p–2:50p M 9/20–12/6 Mirkes Lab
41953 Cascade JH 110 4:30p–5:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Galba-Machu
Lecture 41954 Cascade JH 110 6:00p–7:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Galba-Machu
42277 Rock Cr BLDG7 122 5:30p–6:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Schutzer
Lab Lecture
42278 Rock Cr BLDG7 122 7:00p–8:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Schutzer 42629 Cascade TH 202 9:30a–12:20p S 9/25–12/11 Sweeney
Lab
Lecture 42630 Cascade JH 110 1:30p–4:20p S 9/25–12/11 Sweeney
40165 Rock Cr BLDG7 108 8:30a–9:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Kruse
Lab Lecture
41944 Rock Cr BLDG7 122 10:00a–11:20a MW 9/20–12/8 Kruse 41007 Rock Cr BLDG7 107 1:00p–2:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Hayteas
Lab
Lecture 42280 Rock Cr BLDG7 126 2:30p–3:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Hayteas
40166 Rock Cr BLDG7 121 9:00a–10:20a TR 9/21–12/9 Kruse
Lab Lecture
42274 Rock Cr BLDG7 122 10:30a–11:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Kruse 41811 Rock Cr BLDG7 104 6:00p–7:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Hayteas
43477 Rock Cr BLDG7 122 12:00p–1:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Toyooka Lab
42128 Rock Cr BLDG7 126 7:30p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Hayteas
Lecture
41647 Rock Cr BLDG7 105 3:00p–4:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Mueller-Kruse Lecture
Lab 42524 Rock Cr BLDG7 107 3:00p–4:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Sessions
41945 Rock Cr BLDG7 122 4:30p–5:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Mueller-Kruse Lab
42525 Rock Cr BLDG7 126 4:30p–5:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Sessions
Lecture
42275 Rock Cr BLDG7 107 6:00p–8:50p F 9/24–12/10 Monteverdi Lecture
Lab 45415 Rock Cr BLDG7 121 10:30a–11:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Corwin
42276 Rock Cr BLDG7 122 9:00a–11:50a S 9/25–12/11 Monteverdi Lab
45416 Rock Cr BLDG7 126 12:30p–1:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Corwin

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BI 241 Pathophysiology, 3.00 Cr.—Lecture/discussion presentation of alterations
Lecture
in homeostasis, alterations in cellular function; and diseases of the immune, muscular,
C R E D I T C L A S S E S – FA L L 2 0 1 0

40984 Sylvania HT 213 9:00a–10:20a MW 9/20–12/8 Redinger


skeletal, integumentary, nervous, cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, endocrine, urinary,
41341 Sylvania HT 223 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Redinger
and reproductive systems. Prerequisites: BI 231 and 232. BI 233 is either a prerequisite or
41565 Sylvania HT 213 1:30p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Redinger
may be taken concurrently.
43052 Sylvania HT 213 9:00a–10:20a TR 9/21–12/7 Redinger
41646 Rock Cr BLDG7 101 9:00a–11:50a F 9/24–12/10 Sessions
Lab 43245 Sylvania HT 213 7:00p–9:50p T 9/21–12/7 Mehdizadeh Ka
40985 Sylvania HT 304 10:30a–1:20p M 9/20–12/6 Redinger
40986 Sylvania
41342 Sylvania
HT 304
HT 325
3:00p–5:50p
11:00a–1:50p
M
R
9/20–12/6
9/23–12/9
Kohl
Kohl
Microbiology
41459 Sylvania HT 325 8:00a–10:50a F 9/24–12/10 TBA BI 234 Microbiology, 5.00 Cr.—Lecture, recitation, and laboratory cover: bacte-
41566 Sylvania HT 325 11:00a–1:50p F 9/24–12/10 TBA rial identification, morphology, metabolism and genetics; bacterial, viral, and parasitic
41882 Sylvania HT 304 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Sullivan relationships with human health and disease; and basic immunology. Laboratory stresses
43053 Sylvania HT 325 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Batcheller aseptic technique, bacterial identification and physiology using a variety of media, cultur-
ing techniques, and staining techniques. Recommend BI 231. Prerequisites: BI 112 or (BI
BI 233 Human Anatomy & Physiology III, 4.00 Cr.—Third term of a three-term 211 and BI 212) and their prerequisite requirements. Fee: $12
sequence. Courses may not be taken out of sequence. Covers digestive, respiratory, uri-
nary and reproductive systems; metabolism fluid and electrolyte balance; embryology and Lecture
genetics. Lecture discussions will be complemented by laboratories involving microscopy, 40163 Cascade JH 102 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 TBA
animal dissection, physiological exercises and computer work such as CD-ROM-based Lab
exercises. Prerequisite: BI 232 with a “C” or better and its prerequisite requirements. Fee: 41776 Cascade JH 216 11:00a–12:20p MW 9/20–12/8 TBA
$12 44782 Cascade JH 216 9:00a–10:20a MW 9/20–12/8 TBA

Lecture
41511 Cascade JH 104 9:30a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Fugate Lecture
41422 Cascade TH 202 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Kim
Lab
41512 Cascade JH 110 12:00p–2:50p M 9/20–12/6 Fugate Lab
42631 Cascade JH 110 12:00p–2:50p W 9/22–12/8 Fugate 41533 Cascade JH 216 9:00a–10:20a TR 9/21–12/9 Kim
46169 Cascade JH 216 11:00a–12:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Kim

Lecture
42263 Cascade JH 104 7:30p–8:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Ruppell Lecture
41923 Cascade JH 102 6:00p–7:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Does
Lab
42264 Cascade JH 110 4:30p–5:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Ruppell Lab
44773 Cascade JH 110 6:00p–7:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Ruppell 41925 Cascade JH 216 4:00p–5:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Does
41926 Cascade JH 216 8:00p–9:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Does

Lecture
45148 Cascade JH 106 9:30a–12:20p U 9/26–12/12 Sullivan Lecture
42953 Cascade JH 112 1:00p–2:50p SU 9/25–12/12 Volpe
Lab
45149 Cascade JH 110 1:30p–4:20p U 9/26–12/12 Sullivan Lab
42954 Cascade JH 216 3:30p–4:50p SU 9/25–12/12 Volpe

Lecture
47771 Cascade JH 106 1:30p–4:20p S 9/25–12/11 Kohl Lecture
41008 Rock Cr BLDG7 101 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Anderson
Lab
47772 Cascade JH 110 9:30a–12:20p S 9/25–12/11 Kohl Lab
42298 Rock Cr BLDG7 123 1:00p–2:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Anderson
46372 Rock Cr BLDG7 123 2:30p–3:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Anderson
Lecture
41359 Rock Cr BLDG7 106 1:00p–2:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Kruse
Lecture
Lab 41810 Rock Cr BLDG7 123 6:00p–7:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Furman
41361 Rock Cr BLDG7 122 2:30p–3:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Kruse
Lab
42284 Rock Cr BLDG7 123 8:00p–9:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Furman
Lecture
42281 Rock Cr BLDG7 225 7:00p–8:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Bharadvaj
Lecture
Lab 41100 Rock Cr BLDG7 123 6:00p–7:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Ayala
41360 Rock Cr BLDG7 122 8:30p–9:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Bharadvaj
Lab
42285 Rock Cr BLDG7 123 8:00p–9:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Ayala
Lecture
42282 Rock Cr BLDG7 227 7:00p–8:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Sheldahl
Lecture
Lab 40153 Sylvania HT 212 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Briggs
42283 Rock Cr BLDG7 122 8:30p–9:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Sheldahl
Lab
40552 Sylvania HT 326 9:00a–10:20a TR 9/21–12/9 Briggs
Lecture 40553 Sylvania HT 326 11:00a–12:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Briggs
41329 Sylvania HT 223 8:00a–9:20a MW 9/20–12/8 Kohl
42463 Sylvania HT 212 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 TBA
Lecture
Lab 41328 Sylvania HT 307 6:00p–7:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Mani
41330 Sylvania HT 326 8:00a–10:50a F 9/24–12/10 TBA
41331 Sylvania HT 326 12:00p–2:50p F 9/24–12/10 TBA Lab
41827 Sylvania HT 326 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 TBA 41438 Sylvania HT 326 8:00p–9:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Mani
45154 Sylvania HT 326 2:00p–4:50p R 9/23–12/9 Martin

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Lecture Building Construction Technology

C R E D I T C L A S S E S – FA L L 2 0 1 0
41460 Sylvania HT 212 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Richardson BCT 102 Residential Printreading, 3.00 Cr.—Provides a collaborative learning
Lab framework from the development of printreading skills relevant to residential building
40554 Sylvania HT 326 9:00a–10:20a MW 9/20–12/8 Richardson construction. Students will demonstrate an understanding of print reading by analyzing,
41461 Sylvania HT 326 1:30p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Richardson interpreting, and measuring plans for relevant construction information, and by sketching
scaled plans for peer and instructor evaluation. Work will be limited to residential prints.
40522 Rock Cr BLDG7 225 9:00a–11:50a T 9/21–12/7 Campbell
For Building Constr, Constr Management, & Design/Build

Bioscience Technology 40991 Rock Cr BLDG7 106 2:30p–5:20p M 9/20–12/6 Campbell


For Building Constr, Constr Management, & Design/Build
Rock Cr 7 202 josephine.pino@pcc.edu, 503-614-7282 Dept Chair, BCT 103 Residential Materials/Methods, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces function and
503-614-7257 Admin Asst performance characteristics of basic building materials, components, methods, and
sequences in the construction process. Emphasizes residential construction.
40870 Rock Cr BLDG7 228 2:00p–4:50p T 9/21–12/7 Garrison
Bioscience technology is a dynamic field that applies life processes to practical uses, such For Building Constr, Constr Management, & Design/Build
as the manufacturing of drugs and medical devices and the research and development 41168 Rock Cr BLDG7 107 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Garrison
For Building Constr, Constr Management, & Design/Build
of new bioscience products and procedures. Careers are varied. Biotechnicians work in
research laboratories, manufacturing facilities, analytical and quality control laboratories, BCT 104 Construction Math, 3.00 Cr.—Provides a framework for learners to apply
and in the field. The PCC Bioscience Technology Program links basic science funda- mathematical concepts and principles to building construction situations problems
mentals to laboratory and biomanufacturing applications. The emphasis is on authentic, through collaborative learning. Learners will also develop, articulate and document their
hands-on experience to develop the skills, knowledge and attributes that are key to suc- own problem solving strategies. Exploration of construction problems will be limited to
cess in this field. You start by earning the certificate and have the option to continue on to light framing, concrete, finish carpentry and cabinetmaking. Prerequisite: Placement into
earn an associate’s degree. Both the certificate and the associate’s degree provide you with MTH 20a or department approval.
a strong foundation for a career and for further education in Bioscience. 40520 Rock Cr BLDG7 228 2:00p–4:50p R 9/23–12/9 Baird
For Building Constr, Constr Management, & Design/Build
BIT 101 Intro Bioscience Technology, 4.0 Cr.—Introduction to and survey of the 40521 Rock Cr BLDG2 246 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Baird
broad range of activities in bioscience technology. Major applications and advances in For Building Constr, Constr Management, & Design/Build
pharmaceuticals, medical devices, genomics, forensics, proteomics, agriculture, and
BCT 105 Vectorworks f/Constructors, 3.00 Cr.—Learn to create 2D architectural
environmental science will be covered. Includes examination and discussion of ethical,
working drawing using VectorWorks CAD based software. A building blocks approach
legal and hands-on activities based on authentic bioscience applications. Recommend: BI
will be used to help learners develop the skills and vocabulary necessary to generate their
112 or 211. Prerequisites: Placement into WR 115 and RD 115. Fee: $12
own working drawings. Suitable for both MAC and Windows operating systems. Recom-
43470 Rock Cr BLDG7 125 1:00p–2:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Willy
mended: Blueprint reading and basic computer skills.
and Rock Cr BLDG7 125 2:30p–3:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Willy
46337 Rock Cr BLDG5 125 2:30p–5:20p R 9/23–12/9 Hinkle
BIT 110 Bioscience Technology Basics, 9.00 Cr.—Introduces fundamental
BCT 106 Hand Tool/Power Tool Use & Saf, 3.00 Cr.—Develops understanding of
principles and practices for the bioscience laboratory and biomanufacturing environ-
the hand tools and power tools used in the construction trades. Identifies commonly used
ment. Principles of quality documentation, safety, and communication will be empha-
hand/power tools, selecting the correct tool to complete assigned projects and working in
sized throughout, in the context of technical activities that include solution preparation,
a safe and competent manner. Emphasizes safety and care of tools. Fee: $18
instrumentation for measurements (weight, volume, temperature, pH, conductivity and
40523 Rock Cr BLDG7 107 7:00a–8:50a R 9/23–12/9 Garrison
spectroscopy) and selected biomanufacturing activities. Program Admission required. Fee:
and Rock Cr BLDG2 104 9:00a–12:50p R 9/23–12/9 Garrison
$30
43432 Rock Cr BLDG7 104 9:00a–9:50a TRF 9/21–12/10 Willy BCT 108 Intro to Building Science, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces students to the basic
and Rock Cr BLDG7 125 10:00a–11:50a TRF 9/21–12/10 Willy principles of building science in residential construction and the dynamic relationship
and Rock Cr BLDG7 223 1:00p–1:50p TRF 9/21–12/10 Willy between construction practices, material choices, physics and building operation. Critical
and Rock Cr BLDG7 125 2:00p–3:50p TRF 9/21–12/10 Willy topics include: energy and moisture transport in buildings, understanding building
enclosures, comfort, building tightness and ventilation.
BIT 125 Quality Syst. in Bioscience Te, 2.00 Cr.—Introduction to internal and ex-
44821 Rock Cr BLDG2 245 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Sammons
ternal quality systems that apply to the bioscience industry, with emphasis on working in a
regulated environment. Also covers various agencies that regulate the bioscience industry, BCT 116 Alternative Building Design, 3.00 Cr.—This course introduces students
FDA regulation for good laboratory and manufacturing practices (GLP and cGMP), and to natural green building principles used in the design and construction of alternative
processes relating to product approval. buildings such as straw bale, cobb and rammed earth. Student team will develop designs
43431 Rock Cr BLDG7 105 8:00a–9:50a M 9/20–12/6 Bondurant by constructing scaled models, and will then prepare and deliver presentations that defend
and promote their designs. Fee: $18
BIT 181 Exploring Bioscience, 2.0 Cr.—Overview and exploration of bioscience
46340 Rock Cr BLDG7 107 8:00a–1:50p S 9/25–12/11 Masterson
technology, from research and development to manufacturing. Covers career options and
pathways, and guides students in the development of skills to identify potential intern- BCT 128 Exterior Finish, 6.00 Cr.—Course covers the installation, estimation of
ships, entry-level positions and education and training opportunities that fit the student’s materials and labor of various exterior siding products. Includes construction of various
goals and trends in the field. Participation in field trips is essential. Prerequisite: Concur- horizontal lap, wood shingles and vertical sidings. Covers ceiling soffits, door, window
rent enrollment in BIT 110 or instructor permission. Fee: $12 and corner trim. Roofing covers composition, shake and shingle roofing. Prerequisites:
43433 Rock Cr BLDG7 104 10:00a–11:50a M 9/20–12/6 Moentenich BCT 106 or instructor permission. Fee: $36
and Rock Cr BLDG7 121 10:00a–11:50a W 9/22–12/8 Moentenich 40990 Rock Cr BLDG7 107 7:00a–8:50a MT 9/20–12/7 Steele
and Rock Cr BLDG2 104 9:00a–12:50p MT 9/20–12/7 Steele
BCT 206 Sustainable Const. Practices, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces the environmental,
economical, and human consequences resulting from conventional building practices and
Building Construction Technology the need for sustainable design and construction.
46342 Rock Cr BLDG2 120 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Powell
Rock Cr Bldg 7/Rm 202 www.pcc.edu/bct, 503-614-7255 Admin Asst, BCT 223 Finished Stair Construction, 3.00 Cr.—Covers the construction and
503-614-7403 Dept Chair finish of interior staircases, including balustrades, handrails and guardrails. Emphasizes
the materials and techniques used to construct finish stairs, relevant building codes, and
PCC’s Building Construction Technology Program has been training construction profes- methods used to estimate labor and materials associated with stair and rail construction.
sionals for over 25 years. The unique program offers learners authentic “hands-on” train- Prerequisites: BCT 106 or instructor permission. Fee: $18
ing in the 7500 square foot shop facility, the 20-station computer lab, and at the two acre 42886 Rock Cr BLDG7 107 7:00a–8:50a W 9/22–12/8 Steele
building site. Students may earn a one-year certificate in Building Construction Technol- and Rock Cr BLDG2 104 9:00a–12:50p W 9/22–12/8 Steele
ogy or a two-year degree in Building Construction Technology, Construction Management,
or Design/Build Remodeling. Graduates may continue their education through the Oregon
Institute of Technology’s Bachelor of Operations Management Program.

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Design/Build Remodeling Option


Building Inspection Technology
C R E D I T C L A S S E S – FA L L 2 0 1 0

Design/Build students should choose from the courses listed below, appropriate courses
from the Building Construction Technology course listing. Sylvania ST 208, 503-977-4163 office, 503-977-4160 advisor
xSee the Interior Design schedule listing for ID 131, ID 132, ID 225 and ID 238 and
Architectural Design & Drafting Schedule listing for ARCH 100.
BCT 129 Mechanical Plan Kitchen & Bath, 4.00 Cr.—Covers electrical, plumbing, Students seeking a one-year certificate or an associate degree are encouraged to see a
HVAC systems used in residential kitchens and baths. Students will become familiar with department advisor before registering.
the code requirements and restrictions through the examination of remodeling case stud- INSP 101 Architectural Graphics 1, 2.00 Cr.—Introduction to design and draw-
ies. Students will design general and task lighting systems for kitchens and baths. ing for residential design. Includes programming, code/zoning/site analysis, concept
42883 Rock Cr BLDG7 228 1:30p–3:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Hinkle diagrams, and design development for plans and elevations. Fee: $12
BCT 202 Business Principles for Const, 3.00 Cr.—Business Principles for 44591 Sylvania ST 240 6:00p–9:50p T 9/21–12/7 Liberty
Construction To learn fundamental business principles and practices used in manag- INSP 151 Intern Resid Code-Struct, 4.00 Cr.—Covers residential building code as
ing a construction company. Establish objectives in marketing, operations and finance, applied to residential construction practices. This course is 40 total contact hours and also
and understand the relationship between those business activities. Study planning and worth 80 HSW credits to AIA members. Prerequisites: WR 115 and MTH 20 or higher, or
management methods for achieving objectives. Learn the general legal requirements, placement into WR 121 and MTH 60 or higher. Prerequisite/concurrent: INSP 100.
accounting and record keeping practices. 40881 Sylvania AM 125 6:00p–9:50p W 9/22–12/8 Goodblatt
42885 Rock Cr BLDG7 228 9:00a–11:50a W 9/22–12/8 Fisher INSP 154 Residential Inspection Basics, 1.00 Cr.—Introduction to processes,
BCT 229 Intro to Kitchens and Baths, 2.00 Cr.—Explores the history and trends procedures, and expectations related to residential inspections. This course is taught in
of the kitchen and bath industry. Focuses on basic kitchen & bath layouts and specifica- the classroom. Prerequisite/concurrent: INSP 151.
tion of specialized equipment, materials and surfaces required for safe and functional 43822 Sylvania ST 236 8:00a–11:50a S 11/6– Larsen
kitchens & baths. Products include cabinet systems, appliances, equipment and surfacing This course meets 2 times on campus during the term.
materials. Students will complete basic kitchen and bath designs based on case studies. INSP 251 International Building Code 1, 4.00 Cr.—Covers nonstructural regula-
Prerequisite: ARCH 110 or instructor approval. Fee: $12 tions of the International Building Code, including administration, occupancy classifica-
42884 Rock Cr BLDG7 102 9:00a–12:50p R 9/23–12/9 Hinkle tion, building area, height and location limits, type of construction, interior environ-
ments and fire resistive standards for small commercial buildings including multi story
Construction Management structures. Emphasis is placed on presenting basic code and building element concepts
for the student with limited construction background. This is 40 total contact hours and is
xConstruction Management students should choose from the courses listed below
also worth 60 HSW credits to AIA members. Prerequisites: WR 115 and MTH 20 or higher,
and from the Building Construction Technology course listing.
or placement into WR 121 and MTH 60 or higher.
BCT 100 Overview of Construction, 3.00 Cr.—Study of management functions in 40884 Sylvania AM 125 6:00p–9:50p R 9/23–12/9 Gilmore
the construction industry. Planning and scheduling, project organization and commu-
INSP 257 International Fuel-Gas Code, 3.00 Cr.—Studies the International
nications, cost control, project and contract administration, and project close out. Basic
Mechanical Code including new code requirements, application of code to inspection
construction industry operation knowledge, or instructor’s permission required.
requirements and methods used to inspect mechanical installations. This course worth
40992 Rock Cr BLDG7 106 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Baird
60 LU credits to AIA members. Prerequisite: WR 115 and MTH 20 or higher, or placement
BCT 150 Mech, Elec and Plumb, 3.00 Cr.—Covers the principles and applications into WR 121 and MTH 60 or higher. Prerequisite/concurrent: INSP 100.
of mechanical and electrical components during the construction process and of con- 42952 Sylvania AM 125 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Bentley
structed facilities; heating, ventilating, air conditioning, plumbing, fire protection, power,
lighting, distribution systems, security systems and a review of the related codes.
42895 Rock Cr BLDG7 228 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Baird
Cooperative Education
BCT 213 Commercial Printreading, 3.00 Cr.—Commercial Printreading Covers INSP 280B CE: Field Experience, 1.00 TO 5.00 Cr.—Work on approved job sites
typical commercial and civil construction plans and practices. Presents skills for print where student will receive as varied and complete an experience as possible under job
reading and applying knowledge to commercial construction projects. Prerequisite: BCT conditions. Credits are variable and based on the number of clock hours student spends
102 or instructor permission based on industry experience in print reading. on job site. Must be coordinated with supervisor, instructor, and cooperative education
specialist. Department permission required.
41943 Rock Cr BLDG7 228 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Goodblatt
40978 Sylvania ST 208 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Roy
Course is offered for 2 credits. Contact Denise Roy
Cooperative Education 40979 Sylvania ST 208 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Roy
Students registering for cooperative education must have departmental approval. All Course is offered for 5 credits. Contact Denise Roy
students must contact instructors Kirk Garrison 614-7403 or Spencer Hinkle 614-7405 in 45238 Sylvania ST 208 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Roy
Bldg 7/Rm 202, prior to registering for these classes. Course is offered for 4 credits. Contact Denise Roy
48220 Sylvania ST 208 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Roy
BCT 280A CE: Building Construction, 1.00 TO 12.00 Cr.—On-the-job training at Course is offered for 1 credit. Contact Denise Roy
a department-designated worksite, giving students experience in real work conditions and 48221 Sylvania ST 208 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Roy
helping determine career choices. Department permission required. Course is offered for 3 credits. Contact Denise Roy
42347 Rock Cr BLDG7 202 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Garrison
This course is being offered for 2 credits.
46343 Rock Cr BLDG7 202 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Garrison

46345 Rock Cr
This course is being offerred for 1 credit.
BLDG7 202 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Garrison Business Administration
This course is being offered for 3 credits. Cascade Technology Education Building Room 210, 503-978-5232, 503-978-5501,
46347 Rock Cr BLDG7 202 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Garrison 503-978-5430
This course is being offered for 4 credits. Rock Cr RC 3 201, 503-614-7235 Office
BCT 280C CE-BCT Design/Build Remodeling, 1.00 TO 5.00 Cr.—On-the-job SE Center Mt. Scott Hall 103, 503-788-6146, 503-788-6148
training at a department-designated worksite, giving students experience in real work Sylvania SS 215, 503-977-4287, 503-977-4393
conditions and helping determine career choices. Department permission required.
45685 Rock Cr BLDG7 202 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Hinkle
This course is being offered for 3 credits. BA 101 Introduction to Business, 4.00 Cr.—Survey course in the field of busi-
ness including topics such as management, finance accounting, marketing, production,
computers, international business, small business, investments and other areas of general
business interest. Prerequisite: WR 115, RD 115, and MTH 20 or equivalent placement
test scores.
40414 Cascade TEB 225 9:00a–12:50p S 9/25–12/11 Daraee
Some courses work will be done on-line
40415 Cascade TEB 215 12:00p–1:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Chatterton
Some classes replaced with on-line assignments
40416 Cascade TEB 225 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Maros
Some classes replaced with on-line assignments

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42169 Cascade TEB 224 5:30p–9:20p M 9/20–12/6 TBA 43370 Cascade TEB 225 9:00a–11:50a F 9/24–12/10 Birk
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C R E D I T C L A S S E S – FA L L 2 0 1 0
46876 Cascade TEB 226 9:00a–12:50p F 9/24–12/10 Hanks 46878 Cascade TEB 224 12:00p–1:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Birk
46877 Cascade TEB 225 3:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Maros 46879 Cascade TEB 215 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 TBA
44429 Hillsboro HC 105 10:30a–12:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Sharp 42341 Rock Cr BLDG2 124 6:30p–9:20p M 9/20–12/6 O’Connell
48037 Newberg NCC 105 4:30p–6:20p MW 9/20–12/8 TBA 42342 Rock Cr BLDG2 124 10:00a–11:20a MW 9/20–12/8 Sullivan
40419 Rock Cr BLDG2 125 6:00p–9:50p T 9/21–12/7 Redeker 42343 Rock Cr BLDG2 124 10:00a–11:20a TR 9/21–12/9 Zogbi
40423 Rock Cr BLDG2 125 10:00a–11:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Hohn 46549 Rock Cr BLDG2 125 2:00p–3:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Sullivan
41151 Rock Cr BLDG2 125 9:00a–12:50p S 9/25–12/11 Redeker 42361 SE Center TABOR 135 6:30p–9:20p M 9/20–12/6 Batazhan
43449 Rock Cr BLDG2 125 10:00a–11:50a T 9/21–12/7 Ellis 42446 Sylvania SS 108 11:00a–12:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Charles
Some class hours and assignments will be online. 42447 Sylvania TCB 211 1:00p–2:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Pallas
43458 Rock Cr BLDG2 125 8:00a–9:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Ellis 42448 Sylvania SS 120 6:00p–7:50p W 9/22–12/8 Sether
44364 Rock Cr BLDG2 125 2:00p–3:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Sharp 42449 Sylvania TCB 213 8:00a–9:20a MW 9/20–12/8 Charles
44428 Rock Cr BLDG2 125 8:00a–9:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Griffo w Distance Learning: Online Class
46766 Rock Cr BLDG2 124 2:00p–3:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Sharp 42398 For info contact: Cascade Linnman
41227 SE Center TABOR 141 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Anderson Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
41790 SE Center SCOTT 204 6:00p–9:50p T 9/21–12/7 Bruneau
43588 SE Center TABOR 141 9:00a–12:50p F 9/24–12/10 Anderson
w Distance Learning: Online Class
42406 For info contact: Cascade Hopf
40394 Sylvania TCB 218 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Wrigley Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
40395 Sylvania AM 125 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Rapp
40396 Sylvania SCB 104 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Daraee w Distance Learning: Online Class
40397 Sylvania SCB 105 6:00p–9:50p M 9/20–12/6 Shelton 44365 For info contact: Rock Creek Russell
40405 Sylvania TCB 218 6:00p–9:50p R 9/23–12/9 Drain Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
40900 Sylvania SCB 201 3:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Drain w Distance Learning: Online Class
41889 Sylvania TCB 211 8:00a–9:50a S 9/25–12/11 Cantoria 48227 For info contact: Sylvania Sether
Note: Some class sessions replaced with online assignments Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
42016 Sylvania TCB 215 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Johnson w Distance Learning: Online Class
42095 Sylvania TCB 215 1:00p–2:50p TRS 9/21–12/9 Lai 48228 For info contact: Sylvania Killingsworth
42625 Sylvania TCB 211 4:00p–5:50p W 9/22–12/8 Lai Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Note: Some class sessions replaced with online assignments BA 131 Computers in Business, 4.00 Cr.—Course in computer literacy that covers
45642 Sylvania SS 122 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Seder computer concepts and typical activities computers are used for in business. Includes
w Distance Learning: Online Class introduction to hardware and software, operating systems, word processing, spreadsheet,
40412 For info contact: Sylvania Rapp database and electronic mail. Appreciate the value of ethical conduct in a business/com-
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. puter environment. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115, and MTH 20 or equivalent placement
w Distance Learning: Online Class test scores.
40418 For info contact: Rock Creek Auld 41829 Cascade TEB 215 6:00p–9:50p M 9/20–12/6 Treadway
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 46480 Cascade TEB 215 10:00a–11:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Scott
w Distance Learning: Online Class 40420 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Parrott
40422 For info contact: Rock Creek Ellis Some class hours and assignments will be online.
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 44366 Rock Cr BLDG2 125 12:00p–1:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Hohn
46436 Rock Cr BLDG2 125 10:00a–11:50a R 9/23–12/9 Hohn
w Distance Learning: Online Class Some class hours and assignments will be online.
41480 For info contact: Rock Creek Bruno 40406 Sylvania SS 211 6:00p–8:20p W 9/22–12/8 TBA
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. Note: Some class sessions replaced with online assignments.
w Distance Learning: Online Class 46443 Sylvania TCB 213 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 TBA
43969 For info contact: Rock Creek Wood w Distance Learning: Online Class
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 40598 For info contact: Sylvania Lasselle
w Distance Learning: Online Class Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
44185 For info contact: Cascade Scott w Distance Learning: Online Class
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 42058 For info contact: Rock Creek Bruno
w Distance Learning: Online Class Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
44208 For info contact: Rock Creek LeDuc w Distance Learning: Online Class
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 42960 For info contact: Sylvania Lin
w Distance Learning: Online Class Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
44267 For info contact: Rock Creek Bruno w Distance Learning: Online Class
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 43761 For info contact: Rock Creek Bruno
w Distance Learning: Online Class Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
44351 For info contact: Sylvania Harold w Distance Learning: Online Class
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 45381 For info contact: Rock Creek Bruno
w Distance Learning: Online Class Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
44408 For info contact: Cascade Scott w Distance Learning: Online Class
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 45661 For info contact: Rock Creek Griffo
w Distance Learning: Online Class Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
44579 For info contact: Harold w Distance Learning: Online Class
Southeast Center 46479 For info contact: Cascade Beckman
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
w Distance Learning: Online Class BA 141 Intro to International Bus Law, 3.00 Cr.—Surveys international aspects
45672 For info contact: Rock Creek Wood of traditional business law subjects (sales, commercial paper, corporate law, agency, etc.)
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. and related subjects (antitrust law, administrative law, trade regulation, etc.). Prerequisites:
BA 111 Introduction to Accounting, 3.00 Cr.—Presents double-entry accounting WR 115, RD 115, and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores. Fee: $20
as related to service and merchandising business. Covers accounting cycle, including w Distance Learning: Online Class
journalizing, posting to the general ledger, preparation of financial statements, petty cash, 46444 For info contact: Sylvania Taylor
bank reconciliations, combined journal, special journals and payroll. Prerequisites: WR Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
115, RD 115, and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores.
42399 Cascade TEB 225 6:00p–8:50p W 9/20–12/6 Hopf
Some course work will be done on-line

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BA 177 Payroll Accounting, 3.00 Cr.—Learn fundamental skills and basic knowl- w Distance Learning: Online Class
edge in the area of business payroll. The focus of the course is primarily in the following 40425 For info contact: Rock Creek Auld
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areas: payroll and personnel record keeping, calculation of gross pay using various Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
methods, calculation of Social Security and Medicare taxes, calculation of federal and w Distance Learning: Online Class
state income taxes, calculation of federal and state unemployment taxes, journalizing and 40902 For info contact: Sylvania Lasselle
posting payroll entries, and completing various federal and state forms. Prerequisites: BA Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
111 Introduction to Accounting or BA 211 or instructor permission. Recommended: MTH w Distance Learning: Online Class
30 Business Mathematics, and Microcomputer experience. 43252 For info contact: Cascade Bishop
43063 Cascade TEB 216 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Demarkey Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
40782 Rock Cr BLDG2 213 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Grimmer
w Distance Learning: Online Class
w Distance Learning: Online Class 43970 For info contact: Rock Creek Scott
44409 For info contact: Cascade Lawrence Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
w Distance Learning: Online Class
w Distance Learning: Online Class 46880 For info contact: Cascade Bishop
46769 For info contact: Rock Creek Russell Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
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BA 203 Intro to International Bus, 3.00 Cr.—Explores processes of international 47372 For info contact: Rock Creek Wright
trade, whether the company is an importer, exporter, or a multinational firm. Forms a basis Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
for further study and specialization in the international business field. Prerequisite: WR BA 207 Introduction to E-Commerce, 4.00 Cr.—Presents concepts and skills
115, RD 115, and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores. for the strategic use of e-commerce and related information technology from three
41982 Cascade TEB 225 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Brito perspectives: business to consumers, business-to-business, and intra-organizational.
40398 Sylvania TCB 218 9:30a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 TBA Examination of e-commerce in altering the structure of entire industries, and how it affects
40935 Sylvania SCB 102 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Shannon business processes including electronic transactions, supply chains, decision making and
w Distance Learning: Online Class organizational performance. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115, and MTH 20 or equivalent
44919 For info contact: Sylvania Seder placement test scores. Fee: $20
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
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BA 205 Solving Comm Prob w/Technology, 4.00 Cr.—Focuses on using current 42441 For info contact: Sylvania Totten
technology to create, revise, and design business documents: letters, memos, e-mail, Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
reports, minutes, simple instructions, and resumes. Students will use library and Internet w Distance Learning: Online Class
resources to collect information. In addition, students will deliver oral presentations using 44352 For info contact: Sylvania TBA
presentation tools. Recommended: WR 121, BA 131, CAS 133, or computer literacy. Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Prerequisite: WR 115, RD 115, and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores.
43064 Cascade TEB 215 2:00p–3:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Chatterton w Distance Learning: Online Class
Some courses work will be done on-line 46883 For info contact: Cascade Beckman
44410 Cascade TEB 215 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Carlson Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
40775 Rock Cr BLDG2 213 2:00p–3:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Griffo BA 211 Principles of Accounting I, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces financial accounting
46440 Rock Cr BLDG2 213 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 O’Connell theory, including the accounting cycle, analysis and recording of transactions, and report-
Some class hours and assignments will be online. ing financial information in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
40901 Sylvania AM 105 6:00p–7:50p T 9/21–12/7 Granroth Recommend: MTH 60 and BA 111. Prerequisite: WR 115, RD 115, and MTH 20 or
Note: Some class sessions replaced with online assignments. equivalent placement test scores.
40999 Sylvania AM 105 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Long 40417 Cascade TEB 222 3:00p–4:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Tucker
41000 Sylvania AM 105 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Seder Some course work will be done on-line
46445 Sylvania AM 105 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 TBA 41830 Cascade TEB 222 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Lawrence
w Distance Learning: Online Class 48038 Newberg NCC 105 6:30p–7:50p MW 9/20–12/11 TBA
40942 For info contact: Cascade Bishop 40424 Rock Cr BLDG2 124 8:30a–9:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Grimmer
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 41251 Rock Cr BLDG2 124 12:00p–1:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Grimmer
43451 Rock Cr BLDG2 125 6:30p–9:20p M 9/20–12/6 Martin
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42010 For info contact: Sylvania Long 40939 SE Center TABOR 142 6:30p–9:20p R 9/23–12/9 Bashar
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 43587 SE Center TABOR 126 9:00a–11:50a S 9/25–12/11 Bashar
40400 Sylvania SCB 201 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Salazar
w Distance Learning: Online Class 40760 Sylvania SCB 105 9:30a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Killingsworth
42424 For info contact: Cascade Beckman
42015 Sylvania SY TBA 11:00a–12:20p T 9/21–12/7 Edwards
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. Note: Some class sessions replaced with online assignments.
w Distance Learning: Online Class 42017 Sylvania TCB 216 11:00a–12:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Janicki
42778 For info contact: Rock Creek Wright
w Distance Learning: Online Class
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 41088 For info contact: Cascade Lawrence
w Distance Learning: Online Class Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
44368 For info contact: Rock Creek Ellis
w Distance Learning: Online Class
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 41481 For info contact: Rock Creek Fritz
w Distance Learning: Online Class Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
45613 For info contact: Sylvania Rapp
w Distance Learning: Online Class
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 41504 For info contact: Sylvania Edwards
w Distance Learning: Online Class Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
47371 For info contact: Rock Creek Wright
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Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 43452 For info contact: Rock Creek Ramanujam
BA 206 Management Fundamentals, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces business management Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
theory, including the basic functions of planning, organizing, directing, leading, and w Distance Learning: Online Class
controlling as well as factors contributing to change in current management approaches. 44353 For info contact: Sylvania Killingsworth
Recommended: BA 101, Introduction to Business. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115, and Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores.
46882 Cascade TEB 225 9:00a–11:20a TR 9/21–12/9 Stevens w Distance Learning: Online Class
44565 For info contact: Rock Creek Fritz
43876 Rock Cr BLDG2 125 6:30p–9:20p R 9/23–12/9 Szulczewski
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
46437 Rock Cr BLDG2 125 12:00p–1:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Griffo
40399 Sylvania AM 112 11:00a–12:20p TR 9/21–12/9 TBA

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BA 212 Principles of Accounting II, 3.00 Cr.—Continues the presentation of BA 222 Financial Management, 3.00 Cr.—Covers basic financial concepts and
fundamental issues begun in BA 211. Introduces statement of cash flows and financial practices and includes analysis of company resources, types and sources of financing,

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statement analysis. Prerequisite: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement forecasting and planning methods, and the roles of the money and capital markets. Rec-
test scores; and BA 211. ommended: BA 212, MTH 60. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115, and MTH 20 or equivalent
42400 Cascade TEB 224 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Myers placement test scores.
Some course work will be done on-line 46889 Cascade TEB 224 9:00a–10:20a MW 9/20–12/8 TBA
44411 Cascade TEB 225 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Tucker 46891 Cascade MAHB 216 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Matousek
Some course work will be done on-line
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41584 Rock Cr BLDG2 124 12:00p–1:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Grimmer 44921 For info contact: Sylvania Edwards
43453 Rock Cr BLDG2 124 6:30p–9:20p W 9/22–12/8 Mottaghi Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
46438 Rock Cr BLDG2 124 2:00p–3:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Grimmer
40401 Sylvania TCB 212 1:00p–2:20p MW 9/20–12/11 Killingsworth w Distance Learning: Online Class
Service-Learning Option see www.pcc.edu/servicelearning 47402 For info contact: Cascade TBA
40402 Sylvania SS 103 6:00p–8:50p W 9/20–12/11 Salazar Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
40407 Sylvania TCB 217 9:30a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Killingsworth BA 223 Principles of Marketing, 3.00 Cr.—Provides a general knowledge of mar-
Service-Learning Option see www.pcc.edu/servicelearning keting with emphasis on the marketing mix elements and target markets for consumer and
w Distance Learning: Online Class industrial products. Marketing strategies, customer behavior, and international marketing
42014 For info contact: Sylvania Edwards are topics addressed. Recommended: BA 101. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115, and MTH
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 20 or equivalent placement test scores.
46900 Cascade TEB 225 12:00p–1:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Maros
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43684 For info contact: Sylvania Killingsworth 46441 Rock Cr BLDG2 124 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Szulczewski
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 40542 Sylvania TCB 212 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 TBA
w Distance Learning: Online Class w Distance Learning: Online Class
44412 For info contact: Cascade Tucker 40413 For info contact: Sylvania TBA
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
w Distance Learning: Online Class w Distance Learning: Online Class
44431 For info contact: Rock Creek Russell 44369 For info contact: Rock Creek Muller
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
w Distance Learning: Online Class w Distance Learning: Online Class
46885 For info contact: Cascade Tucker 46902 For info contact: Cascade Gray
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
w Distance Learning: Online Class BA 224 Human Resource Management, 3.00 Cr.—Attention is given to human
47435 For info contact: Cascade Lawrence behavior, employment, employee development, performance appraisal, wage and salary
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. administration, employment and job rights, discipline and due process, and labor-man-
agement relations. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115, and MTH 20 or equivalent placement
BA 213 Principles of Accounting III, 3.00 Cr.—Study Managerial Accounting.
test scores.
Covers cost/volume relationships, manufacturing costs, cost decisions, management
41983 Cascade TEB 224 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Hopf
planning, budgeting, and responsibility accounting. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115, and
46904 Cascade TEB 218 10:00a–11:20a MW 9/20–12/8 Yates
MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores; and BA 211.
46888 Cascade TEB 215 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Myers BA 226 Business Law I, 4.00 Cr.—Discusses fundamental concepts, principles, and
43454 Rock Cr BLDG2 124 6:30p–9:20p R 9/23–12/9 Mottaghi rules of law that apply to business transactions. Includes the function and operation of
44432 Rock Cr BLDG2 124 8:30a–9:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Zogbi the courts, business crimes, torts, contract law, intellectual property, the application of the
40403 Sylvania TCB 216 9:30a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Lasselle Uniform Commercial Code to business activities and recent developments in business
40936 Sylvania SCB 104 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Mottaghi law, such as cyberlaw and electronic commerce. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH
20 or equivalent placement test scores.
w Distance Learning: Online Class 44413 Cascade TEB 224 6:00p–9:50p R 9/23–12/9 Mitchell-Phil
40421 For info contact: Rock Creek Ramanujam
40426 Rock Cr BLDG2 124 4:00p–5:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Bloom
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
40404 Sylvania SS 102 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Bloom
w Distance Learning: Online Class 42236 Sylvania TCB 212 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Mitchell-Phil
41089 For info contact: Cascade Lawrence Note: some class time replaced with online sessions.
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
w Distance Learning: Online Class
w Distance Learning: Online Class 42011 For info contact: Sylvania Lasselle
43375 For info contact: Sylvania Edwards Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
w Distance Learning: Online Class
w Distance Learning: Online Class 42626 For info contact: Sylvania Bloom
46886 For info contact: Cascade Tucker Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
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BA 218 Personal Finance, 3.00 Cr.—Studies role of the consumer in our economy, 44414 For info contact: Cascade Mitchell-Phil
problems of financing family and individual needs, including budgeting, banking relation- Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
ships, charge accounts, installment buying, insurance, wills, real estate investing and
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personal taxes. Prerequisite: WR 115, RD 115, and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test 48219 For info contact: Sylvania Totten
scores. Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
42401 Cascade SSB 201 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Daraee
46898 Cascade TEB 216 11:30a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 TBA BA 228 Comp Accounting Applications, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces double-entry, fully
46452 Rock Cr BLDG2 125 4:00p–5:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Sullivan
integrated computerized general ledger software. Topics include general ledger, accounts
43589 SE Center TABOR 138 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Anderson
receivable, accounts payable, payroll, fixed assets, bank reconciliations, and inventory.
44920 Sylvania SS 122 1:00p–2:20p T 9/20–12/7 Totten
Recommended: BA 111 or BA 211 and CAS 133. Prerequisite: WR 115, RD 115, and MTH
20 or equivalent placement test scores.
w Distance Learning: Online Class 41520 Cascade TEB 215 9:00a–12:00p S 9/25–12/11 Gray
40411 For info contact: Sylvania Totten Quickbooks; Some classes replaced with on-line assignments
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 40408 Sylvania SCB 103 6:00p–8:50p R 9/20–12/11 Charles
w Distance Learning: Online Class QuickBooks Pro
43369 For info contact: Cascade Gray w Distance Learning: Online Class
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 44415 For info contact: Cascade Treadway
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.

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BA 234 International Marketing, 3.00 Cr.—Covers nature and concepts of inter- BA 285 Human Relations-Organizations, 3.00 Cr.—Explores interactions in orga-
national marketing including techniques for identifying potential markets and assessing nizations by examining human perceptions, communications, small group dynamics and
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uncontrollable elements such as economic, political and sociocultural environmental leadership. Includes dynamics of change, cultural diversity, substance abuse, work stress,
factors. International marketing strategies related to product/service, pricing, promotion ethics and social responsibility, and the challenges of globalization. Prerequisite: WR 115,
and distribution are examined. Prerequisite: WR 115, RD 115, and MTH 20 or equivalent RD 115, and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores.
placement test scores. Fee: $20 43148 Cascade SSB 201 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Hopf
w Distance Learning: Online Class 40753 Sylvania TCB 208 11:00a–12:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Daraee
41505 For info contact: Sylvania Seder w Distance Learning: Online Class
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 40773 For info contact: Sylvania Hastings
BA 238 Sales, 3.00 Cr.—Offers a blend of practicality and theory on industrial, Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
commercial and retail sales. Demonstrates and practices basic sales techniques, explores w Distance Learning: Online Class
communication and motivation as they relate to selling and examine the function of sales 42452 For info contact: Sylvania Hastings
relative to the total marketing program. Prerequisite: WR 115, RD 115, and MTH 20 or Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
equivalent placement test scores. BA 9703 Income Tax Preparation: Basic, 8.00 Cr.—Elements of taxation. Meets
43623 Cascade TEB 227 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Maros the statutory educational requirements for those wishing to be licensed income tax prepar-
40409 Sylvania TCB 217 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Lumley ers in Oregon.
BA 239 Advertising, 3.00 Cr.—Covers the basics of planning, creating, using, and 46434 Sylvania SS 108 5:30p–9:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Pallas
placing advertising in the business world. Reviews entire field of advertising as basis for
students who select advertising as a career or as an integral part of a marketing program.
Prerequisite: WR 115, RD 115, and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores.
Cooperative Education
BA 280A CE: Business Experience, 1.00 TO 3.00 Cr.—Offers relevant field
46903 Cascade TEB 222 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/9 Stevens
experience in business environments in one of the following areas: bookkeeping, market-
40410 Sylvania SCB 104 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Eichenberger ing, management, international business, advertising, banking, purchasing, investment,
BA 240 Nonprofit Fin. Mngmt. & Acctg., 4.00 Cr.—Develops conceptual founda- finance and customer services (sales or credit services). Allows exploration of career
tion underlying the financial management and accounting procedures, records and options. Course may be repeated for credit up to 12 credits. Prerequisite: Completion of
statements for non-profit organizations. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or 12 BA credits and department permission. Prerequisite/concurrent: BA 280B.
equivalent placement test scores and BA 111 or BA 211 or equivalent. Fee: $20 44418 Cascade C. . TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Treadway
w Distance Learning: Online Class 1cr; Sara Treadway: sara.nelson1@pcc.edu; 503-788-6284
46439 For info contact: Rock Creek Martin 44419 Cascade TEB . TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Treadway
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 2cr; Sara Treadway: sara.nelson1@pcc.edu; 503-788-6284
BA 242 Introduction to Investments, 3.00 Cr.—Study popular investment vehicles- 46875 Cascade C. . TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Treadway
3cr; Sara Treadway: sara.nelson1@pcc.edu; 503-788-6284
-what they are, how they can be utilized and the risk and return possibilities. Emphasizes
45628 Rock Cr BLDG3 201 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 TBA
stocks and bonds, mutual funds, options and real estate. Examines securities exchanges Before registering, contact Donna Drayer at 503-614-7452.
and the functions of the broker. Prerequisite: WR 115, RD 115, and MTH 20 or equivalent 42628 Sylvania SY TBA TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Long
placement test scores. 3 credits. Contact Glenna Barrick-Harwood at 503-977-4661
46892 Cascade TEB 227 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Daraee 44354 Sylvania SY TBA TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Long
46895 Cascade TEB 225 3:00p–4:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Gray 1 credit. Contact Glenna Barrick-Harwood at 503-977-4661
41704 Sylvania TCB 217 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 TBA 44355 Sylvania SY TBA TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Long
w Distance Learning: Online Class 2 credits. Contact Glenna Barrick-Harwood at 503-977-4661
41502 For info contact: Sylvania Edwards BA 280B CE: Bus Experience - Sem, 1.00 Cr.—Supplements on-the-job experience
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. through feedback sessions, instruction in job-related areas, and linkages to the student’s
w Distance Learning: Online Class on-campus program. Co-requisite: BA 280A Prerequisite: Department permission
44416 For info contact: Cascade Matousek required.
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 42627 Sylvania SCB 104 9:00a–9:50a F 9/20–12/11 Long
BA 249 Prin/Retailing & E-tailing, 3.00 Cr.—Covers analyzing target market,
developing retail marketing mix elements, and reviewing store planning techniques used
by retailers. Includes discussions of changing retailing environment and impact of govern-
ment regulations. Prerequisite: WR 115, RD 115, and MTH 20 or equivalent placement Career Help and College Success
test scores. Cascade SSB 150, 503-978-5271
46874 Cascade TEB 225 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 TBA Rock Cr Rock Creek 9/118, 503-614-7300, 503-614-7289
BA 250 Small Business Management, 3.00 Cr.—Designed for students and SE Center Mt Tabor Hall Room 152, 503-788-6198
prospective small business owners and managers. It emphasizes the general functions, Sylvania CC 216, 503-977-4531
procedures, and specific subject areas related to initiating, organizing, and operating a
successful small business. It specifically prepares the student to develop a business plan
for opening a business. Recommended: BA 101. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH College Success
20 or equivalent placement test scores. CG 0693 Confidence Building, 1.00 Cr.—Helps students explore the concept of
41223 Cascade TEB 225 1:00p–2:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Chatterton self-confidence: how it is learned, how it can be developed and how it is sabotaged. Ideas,
Some course work will be done on-line tools and techniques are introduced that will help students in their development of a
46905 Cascade TH 124 9:00a–12:00p S 9/25–12/11 Parecki stronger self-image.
41875 Sylvania SCB 105 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Wilson 45358 Rock Cr BLDG2 245 9:00a–1:50p S 10/2–10/9 Davis-Cainion
BA 255 Project Management -Bus Enviro, 4.00 Cr.—Showcases the evolving
interpretation of project management by providing practical information useful to project
managers from all disciplines. Discussion topics will include: integration, scope, time,
College Transfer Elective Courses
cost, quality, human resource management, communication, risk, and procurement CG 100A College Survival and Success, 3.00 Cr.—Provides information and
management. This course is one of the Project Management series that includes CAS 220, techniques on time and money management, motivation, and goal-setting for college
MSD 279, and CIS 245. Project management is a broad term that can include many areas success. Develop skills in communicating in a culturally diverse learning environment and
of a business. Recommend: BA 101, MSD 279, BA 250, and CAS 220. Prerequisite: WR accessing online and in- person college resources and services.
115, RD 115, and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores. Fee: $12 41956 Cascade MAHB 215 1:00p–2:20p TR 9/20–12/11 Wilson
47333 Cascade SC 303 10:00a–1:50p S 9/25–12/11 Brito 43388 Cascade MAHB 215 8:30a–9:50a MW 9/20–12/11 Whitford
46476 Newberg NCC 201 12:00p–1:20p TR 9/21–12/9 McBeth
BA 256 Income Tax, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces preparation of federal individual and sole 43610 Rock Cr BLDG2 246 6:00p–8:50p T 9/28–12/7 TBA
proprietorship income tax returns. Provides brief overview of partnership and corporate 47334 Rock Cr BLDG7 106 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/28–11/18 Bergal
returns. 40030 Sylvania SCB 203 3:30p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Clark
44433 Rock Cr BLDG2 125 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Pallas 41006 Sylvania TCB 218 1:30p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Clark
42958 Sylvania SCB 203 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 McCashew
45549 Sylvania SCB 204 9:00a–11:50a F 9/24–12/10 Paez
46449 Sylvania SS 108 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 McCashew
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w Distance Learning: Online Class CG 105 Scholarships: $$ for College, 2.00 Cr.—Provides a systematic approach
40994 For info contact: Cascade Suarez to researching and applying for scholarships. Topics include: Creating a scholarship port-

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Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. folio, Oregon Student Assistance Commission application, PCC Foundation application,
w Distance Learning: Online Class internet resources, and research strategies. Students will identify skills, accomplishments,
43395 For info contact: Cascade Dowd values, goals, and life experiences, and learn strategies to translate them into an effective
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. scholarship application. Interviewing tips will be discussed. Panels and guest speak-
w Distance Learning: Online Class ers, including scholarship winners, will share perspectives on the scholarship process.
46359 For info contact: Sylvania Paez Corequisite: WR 105: Scholarship Essay Writing
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 44522 Cascade TH 107 2:00p–3:50p R 9/20–12/11 Washington
Must register for WR 105 CRN 44909
CG 100B College Survival and Success, 2.00 Cr.—Provides information and tech- 42997 Rock Cr BLDG2 252 10:00a–11:50a F 9/20–12/11 Adler
niques on time management, motivation, and goal-setting for college success. Develop Must take with WR 105 CRN
skills communicating with instructors and students and accessing online and in-person 42959 Sylvania SS 108 6:00p–7:50p M 9/20–12/6 Morrow
college resources and services. Students must also register for WR 105 crn 47100
41448 Cascade TH 112 12:00p–12:50p MW 9/20–12/11 Esary 47000 Sylvania SS 108 3:00p–3:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Morrow
41899 Cascade TEB 216 5:30p–7:20p M 9/20–12/11 Christain Students must also register for WR 115 crn 40286
41914 Rock Cr BLDG2 223 9:00a–12:50p F 10/29–12/3 Kennedy w Distance Learning: Online Class
42635 Rock Cr BLDG5 115B 4:00p–5:50p TR 9/28–10/28 Kennedy 44846 For info contact: Rock Creek Halloran
Also recommended taking CG 111B - CRN 42638. Must also take WR105 CRN 45003.
45595 Rock Cr R. TBA 2:00p–3:50p T 9/28–12/7 TBA Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
47768 SE Center TABOR 135 12:00p–1:50p W 9/22–12/8 TBA
CG 111A Study Skills for Coll Learning, 3.00 Cr.—Provides information, tech-
CG 100C College Survival and Success, 1.00 Cr.—Provides basic information on niques, and strategies helpful in becoming more efficient in studying, notetaking, textbook
time management and goal setting for college success. Develop skills in communicating reading, and taking exams. Identify preferred learning style and develop skills in schedul-
with instructors and accessing online and in-person college resources and services. ing study time, library research, memory strategies, and critical thinking. Prerequisites:
43760 Cascade SC 203 10:00a–11:50a S 10/2–10/30 Bailey Placement into WR 115 and RD 115
Tuition Free. Must Attend All Sessions to Receive Credit
42293 Cascade TEB 218 10:00a–11:20a TR 9/20–12/11 Kennedy
43763 Cascade SC 203 1:00p–2:50p U 10/10–11/7 McCoy
Tuition Free. Must Attend All Sessions to Receive Credit 47937 Newberg NCC 201 1:30p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 McBeth
44191 Cascade SC 203 10:00a–11:50a S 11/6–12/4 Bailey 43608 Rock Cr BLDG2 246 2:00p–3:50p MW 9/27–11/17 TBA
Must attend ALL sessions to receive credit/Tuition Free 43609 Rock Cr BLDG2 122 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Nording
44348 Cascade SC 304 10:00a–11:50a S 10/9–11/6 Keysar 40029 Sylvania ST 235 5:00p–7:50p R 9/30–12/9 Weiford
Must Attend All Sessions to Receive Credit/ Tuition Free 43383 Sylvania SCB 204 2:00p–3:50p MW 9/27–11/22 Dow
45502 Cascade TH 112 6:00p–7:50p T 11/2–11/30 McCoy 46944 Sylvania SS 122 2:30p–3:50p MW 9/20–12/8 McBeth
Must Attend All Sessions to Receive Credit/Tuition Free w Distance Learning: Online Class
45503 Cascade PSEB 100 4:00p–5:50p W 9/29–10/27 Keysar 42869 For info contact: Sylvania Montoya
Students Must Attend All Sessions To Receive Credit Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
42167 Rock Cr BLDG2 245 2:00p–4:20p F 10/1–10/29 Levine
Tuition Free. Must attend all sessions. w Distance Learning: Online Class
43557 For info contact: Cascade Williams
42636 Rock Cr BLDG2 246 2:00p–3:50p R 10/21–12/2 Stoutenburg
Tuition Free Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
42637 Rock Cr BLDG2 128 11:00a–11:50a T 9/20–12/11 Stricklin CG 111B Study Skills for Coll Lrng-NUR, 2.00 Cr.—Provides information,
For ESOL level 6,7,8 students only. Tuition Free. techniques, strategies and skills helpful in becoming more efficient in notetaking, textbook
43928 Rock Cr R. TBA TBA S 10/9–11/6 TBA reading, and taking exams. Identify preferred learning style and develop skills in schedul-
Tuition Free. Must attend all sessions. ing study time and memory strategies. Prerequisites: Placement into WR 115 and RD 115
43929 Rock Cr BLDG2 128 3:00p–3:50p T 9/28–12/7 Tsongas 46912 Cascade JH 106 4:00p–5:50p W 9/20–12/11 Dempsey
For VETERANS only. Inst/Advisor perm req’d. Tuition Free. 42638 Rock Cr BLDG5 115B 4:00p–5:50p TR 11/2–12/9 Kennedy
44190 Rock Cr BLDG2 246 5:00p–6:50p R 9/30–10/28 Pitzer Also recommended to take CG100B - CRN 42635.
Tuition Free. Must attend all sessions. 47767 SE Center TABOR 135 12:00p–1:50p F 9/24–12/10 Butler
44325 Rock Cr BLDG2 128 11:00a–11:50a R 9/30–12/9 Chulufas CG 111C Study Skills for Coll Learning, 1.00 Cr.—Introduces information and
For INT’L students. Dept perm req. Tuition Free
techniques in notetaking, textbook reading, and taking exams. Develop a study schedule.
44326 Rock Cr BLDG2 246 6:00p–7:50p M 10/25–11/22 Sander
Tuition free. Must attend all sessions. Prerequisites: Placement into WR 115 and RD 115
42358 SE Center TABOR 137 6:00p–7:50p T 9/21–10/19 Keysar 42955 Cascade TH 112 1:00p–2:50p T 9/21–10/19 Miller-Tatro
Tuition free. Must attend all sessions to receive credit. Students must be enrolled in a Math Class concurrently
43349 SE Center TABOR 138 11:00a–11:50a T 9/21–12/7 Michelson CG 112 Stopping Test Anxiety, 1.00 Cr.—Covers techniques for coping with exces-
Tuition free. Must attend all sessions to receive credit. sive test-taking anxiety and improving overall test performance.
44264 SE Center TABOR 137 10:00a–11:50a S 10/2–10/30 McLaughlin 43646 Cascade SC 203 2:00p–5:20p F 10/15–10/29 Kennedy
Tuition free. Must attend all sessions to receive credit. All Sessions Must Be Attended to Receive Credit
47935 Scappoose SCAPHS TBA 5:00p–5:50p M 9/27–12/6 TBA 46819 Cascade SC 301 2:00p–5:20p S 11/13–12/4 Kennedy
42241 Sylvania SS 122 2:30p–4:20p T 9/21–10/19 Kelly 43917 Rock Cr BLDG5 115B 9:00a–1:50p S 10/30–11/6 Olson
Tuition free. 43686 Sylvania SCB 105 9:00a–12:20p F 10/29–11/12 Sills
42870 Sylvania SS 104 6:00p–7:50p W 10/6–11/3 Hill CG 114 Financial Survival, 1.00 Cr.—Provides basic information and strategies
Tuition free. to empower individuals to make positive decisions about funding their education and
42871 Sylvania SS 122 2:30p–4:20p T 11/2–11/30 Mahon-Decker establishing control over their financial lives, leading to financial independence and
For F1 International Students Only/Advisor Perm. req’d
reduced life stress. Topics include student financial aid and funding college, budgeting,
42872 Sylvania SCB 205 6:00p–7:50p M 10/4–11/1 Hill
Tuition free. wise use of credit, controlling debt, basic financial planning, effective financial decision
42873 Sylvania SS 121 12:00p–1:50p T 9/21–12/7 Kelly making, and avoiding financial mistakes and pitfalls. CG 114 and BA 114 are equivalent.
Tuition free. Only one may be taken for credit. Prerequisite: WR 90, RD 90, and MTH 20 or equivalent
42874 Sylvania TCB 211 2:30p–4:20p T 10/5–11/2 Pfund placement test scores.
Tuition free. For ESOL Level 6,7, or 8 students only. 46754 Cascade TH 112 1:00p–2:50p T 10/26–11/23 Miller-Tatro
45516 Sylvania SCB 105 10:00a–11:50a F 9/24–10/22 Cain 47003 Rock Cr BLDG5 115a 10:00a–11:20a F 10/1–11/19 TBA
Tuition free. 46936 Sylvania SCB 205 8:00a–12:50p F 10/1– Morrow
w Distance Learning: Online Class and Sylvania SCB 205 8:00a–12:50p F 10/29– Morrow
42634 For info contact: Rock Creek Acosta Must attend both Fridays.
DL Stud. only. Perm req’d: flora.acosta@pcc.edu. Tuit free. 46941 Sylvania SS 101 3:00p–4:20p W 9/29–11/17 Neill
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. w Distance Learning: Online Class
46786 For info contact: Sylvania Morrow
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.

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CG 130 Today’s Careers, 2.00 Cr.—Explores careers and what it takes to succeed CG 146 Value Clarification, 1.00 Cr.—Examines beliefs, attitudes and values behind
in them. Covers ways of gathering information about specific occupations. Uses guest decisions and actions including whether behavior matches stated beliefs, evaluating
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speakers from a variety of career areas and helps develop a plan for next steps. Provides consequences of choices and developing a process that will enable the development of
basic career information. personalized values.
43607 Rock Cr BLDG5 115B 3:00p–4:50p M 9/27–12/6 Williams 44849 Rock Cr BLDG2 246 9:00a–1:50p S 11/6–11/13 Stauffer
CG 130H Intro Today’s Careers: Health, 2.00 Cr.—Explores career opportunities CG 147 Decision Making, 1.00 Cr.—Help students develop awareness of their per-
in the health professions. The focus will be on the educational and licensing requirements, sonal decision- making style(s) in order to make effective life choices in personal, social,
professional and ethical responsibilities, physical requirements, workplace environment or work settings. Introduces information on effective decision-making.
and career pathways of each profession. Fee: $20 44476 Cascade SC 301 9:00a–1:50p S 11/6–11/13 Hurdle
w Distance Learning: Online Class Students Must Attend All Sessions to Receive Credit
43924 For info contact: Sylvania Thornburg 46911 Cascade TH 124 2:00p–5:20p F 10/22–11/5 Dempsey
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. CG 191 Exploring Identity & Diversity, 4.00 Cr.—This course is designed to assist
w Distance Learning: Online Class students in gaining a deep understanding of the impact diversity and social justice has on
43925 For info contact: Sylvania Thornburg human development and their experiences as students in college. The experiential nature
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. of this course will provide students an opportunity to explore the different facets of identity
CG 140a Career and Life Planning, 3.00 Cr.—This course provides students with development and how culture plays a role in their college experience. Participants will
the most in depth tools needed to make informed career decisions. Students will assess also develop culturally competent skills to succeed in college and in a diverse society.
career confidence and readiness, skills, values, interests, personality, obstacles, attitudes Prerequisite: Placement into WR 121.
44474 Cascade SC 301 4:00p–5:50p TR 9/20–12/11 Williams
and approaches to decision making. This course provides instruction on how to research Must Attend All Sessions To Receive Credit
career information, gain access to information materials, and methods of exploring 43606 Rock Cr BLDG5 113 2:00p–3:50p TR 9/28–12/9 Bergal
careers. Also included is educational decision making which covers choice of major and
college as well as planning a program of study. Prerequisites: Placement into WR 115 and CG 199 Transfer to a 4 Year College, 2.00 Cr.—Provides students who are plan-
RD 115. ning to transfer to a four- year college with an understanding of the various processes,
42304 Cascade PSEB 111 1:00p–2:20p MW 9/20–12/11 Frank requirements, and issues that impact successful transitions. Provides strategies and
44475 Cascade TH 124 6:00p–8:50p F 9/20–12/11 Shaub information critical to both academic development and adjustment to the four-year college
47004 Rock Cr BLDG2 246 10:00a–12:50p F 10/1–12/10 Cardo systems.
43688 Sylvania SS 108 5:00p–7:50p W 9/22–12/8 Cain 44850 Rock Cr BLDG5 115B 3:00p–4:50p W 9/29–12/8 Alcaire
47520 Sylvania SS 111 2:30p–3:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Tinney CG 209 Job Finding Skills, 1.00 Cr.—Explores broad range of job search tech-
w Distance Learning: Online Class niques, including building a job network, compiling appropriate information for job ap-
40515 For info contact: Cascade Lee plications, targeting cover letters and resumes, typical interview questions and techniques.
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. Promotes overall understanding of the job search process.
44346 Sylvania SS 116 12:00p–12:50p T 9/20–12/11 Knox
w Distance Learning: Online Class Focus on Automotive Careers.
43602 For info contact: Sylvania Bedient
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. w Distance Learning: Online Class
40034 For info contact: Sylvania Kuba
CG 140B Career and Life Planning, 2.00 Cr.—This course provides students with Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
the tools needed to make informed career decisions. Students will assess skills, values,
interests, personality, obstacles, and approaches to decision making. The course provides
instruction on how to research career information, gain access to information materials, Cooperative Education
and methods of exploring careers and majors. Prerequisites: Placement into WR 115 and CG 280A CE: Career Development, 1.00 TO 4.00 Cr.—Students earn credit for
RD 115. learning from practical experience at a worksite related to their major or career goal. Ap-
41519 Rock Cr BLDG7 121 6:00p–8:20p W 9/29–11/17 Swint propriate work experiences provide opportunities for new learning and skill development.
Class meets 8 weeks. May be repeated up to 12 credits.
CG 140C Career and Life Planning, 1.00 Cr.—This course provides students with 41734 Cascade SSB 108 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Washington
the tools needed to make informed career decisions. Students will assess skills, values, 3cr contact Co-op Ed 978-5242 to register/co-enroll CG 280B
interests, and personality toward making a career decision. The course provides instruc- 44301 Cascade SSB 108 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Washington
2 cr, contact R Washington 978-5242/Co-enroll in CG 280B
tion on how to research career information, gain access to information materials, and
44302 Cascade SSB 108 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Washington
methods of exploring careers. Prerequisites: Placement into WR 115 and RD 115. 1 cr, contact R. Washington 978-5242/Co-enroll in CG 280B
43950 Cascade TH 124 1:00p–4:20p F 10/1–10/15 Boyle-Galesti 40037 Rock Cr BLDG9 108 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Williams
Students Must Attend All Three Sessions to Receive Credit 2 Cr, Contact Co-Op Ed at 503-614-7243 before registering.
45425 Cascade SC 304 10:00a–1:20p S 11/13–12/4 Boyle-Galesti 44851 Rock Cr BLDG9 108 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Williams
CG 144 Intro to Assertiveness, 1.00 Cr.—Provides basic communication skills 3 Cr, Contact Co-Op Ed at 503-614-7243 before registering.
students can use to state or declare their rights in a positive fashion to obtain desired 47249 Rock Cr BLDG9 108 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Williams
results in career, social and personal relations. 4CR Contact Co-Op Ed at 503-614-7243 before registering.
42305 Cascade TEB 224 2:00p–5:20p F 10/1–10/15 Dempsey 48217 Rock Cr BLDG9 108 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Williams
Students must attend all sessions to receive credit 4CR Contact Co-Op Ed at 503-614-7243 before registering.
46873 Cascade TH 124 2:00p–5:20p F 11/12–12/3 Dempsey 40031 Sylvania CC 221 TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/11 Knox
43918 Rock Cr BLDG5 115a 9:00a–1:50p S 10/16–10/23 Stauffer 3 cr. Contact Coop Ed (503)977-4475 before registering.
CG 145 Stress Management, 1.00 Cr.—Identifies specific, personal stressors and 40032 Sylvania CC 221 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Knox
2cr. Contact Coop Ed (503)977-4475 before registering.
develops skills that enable students to more effectively deal with stress.
40033 Sylvania CC 221 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Knox
41909 Cascade TEB 224 9:00a–12:20p S 11/13–12/4 Hammond 1cr. Contact Coop Ed, (503)977-4475 before registering.
Must Attend All Three Sessions to Receive Credit
43556 Cascade TH 124 9:00a–12:20p F 10/15–10/29 TBA CG 280B CE: Career Development - Sem, 1.00 Cr.—The Co-op seminar supple-
Must Attend All Sessions to Receive Credit ments the Co-op work experience by offering a flexible menu of assignments from which
42639 Rock Cr BLDG5 115B 9:00a–1:50p S 11/13–11/20 Olson to select a variety of activities. Includes video tapes, selected readings, workshops, lec-
Students must attend both sessions. tures and a variety of career related exercises to enhance career development. Department
43919 Rock Cr BLDG5 115B 9:00a–1:50p S 10/2–10/9 Olson permission required. Co-requisite: CG 280A. Course may be repeated.
Students must attend both sessions. 44852 Rock Cr BLDG9 108 TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Williams
44847 Rock Cr BLDG5 115a 9:00a–9:50a T 9/28–12/7 Brown 1 Cr, Contact Co-Op Ed at 503-614-7243 before registering.
For COMBAT VETS only. Inst/Advis perm req’d. Tuition Free.
47094 Rock Cr BLDG2 246 10:00a–10:50a T 9/28–12/7 Brown Project Independence - Cascade Campus
41831 Sylvania TCB 216 9:00a–1:50p S 10/16–10/23 Paez Project Independence is a tuition free, personal development and career planning
Must attend both Saturdays. program for single parents and displaced homemakers. Project Independence is available
46446 Sylvania SS 108 3:00p–4:50p W 10/6–11/10 Frank at the Cascade Campus. Students in Project Independence receive personalized attention
in the areas of self-confidence building, values clarification, decision making, career
planning and goal setting. Project Independence assists women with transition into higher
education and/or the workforce. For more information, call 503-978-5249.

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New Directions - Rock Creek Campus Lecture
New Directions is a tuition free, four credit personal development and career planning

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41927 Cascade JH 112 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Mackel
program for single parents and displaced homemakers. New Directions is located at the Lab
Rock Creek Campus. Self-confidence, decision making, career planning and improving 41928 Cascade JH 214 6:00p–8:50p F 9/24–12/10 Mackel
life skills are addressed in the program. New Directions assists women with transition
into higher education and/or the workforce. For more information call Christine Paull at
503-614-7448. Lecture
40096 Rock Cr BLDG7 104 12:00p–1:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Hodson
Transiciones Oeste - Rock Creek Campus 41574 Rock Cr BLDG7 109 12:30p–1:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Manyanga
Transiciones Oeste es un programa del desarrollo y planificacion vocacional para madres 45564 Rock Cr BLDG7 104 8:30a–9:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Tang
solteras y amas de casa que han sido desplazadas de su empleo. El programa es gratis. Lab
Transiciones Oeste esta localizado en el campus Rock Creek de Portland Community 41575 Rock Cr BLDG7 222 8:30a–11:20a R 9/23–12/9 Manyanga
College (PCC). El autoestima, la toma de decisiones, la planificacion vocacional y en 42599 Rock Cr BLDG7 222 2:00p–4:50p W 9/22–12/8 Hodson
como las habilidades de la vida son temas del programa. Transiciones Oeste ayuda a las 44424 Rock Cr BLDG7 222 8:30a–11:20a F 9/24–12/10 Tuenge
mujeres con la transicion a una educacion superior y/o a la fuerza de laboral. Para mas 45565 Rock Cr BLDG7 222 11:00a–1:50p M 9/20–12/6 Tang
informacion llame a la Alicia Gonzalez al 503-614-7437 alicia.gonzalez16@pcc.edu

Life Tracks - Southeast Center Lecture


40795 Rock Cr BLDG7 106 6:30p–9:20p T 9/21–12/7 Peer
Single parent, displaced homemaker, woman? New or returning to college? Take advantage
of the Life Tracks program at the SE Center. We can help you plan your education and Lab
career. Life Tracks is a free program of classes and support for those returning to school 41009 Rock Cr BLDG7 222 6:30p–9:20p R 9/23–12/9 Miller
whose lives are in transition. For more information call Dana Jean Maginn at 503-788-
6198. Lecture
40088 Sylvania ST 309 11:00a–1:50p F 9/24–12/10 Barton
Transitions Program - Sylvania 41470 Sylvania ST 309 11:00a–12:20p TR 9/21–12/9 TBA
The Sylvania campus Transitions Program is a free five credit strength-based support- 46881 Sylvania ST 101 9:00a–10:20a MW 9/20–12/8 Vukic
ive learning community dedicated to easing the transitions to college, career, and life Lab
changing possibilities for single parents, displaced homemakers, and other students in 40560 Sylvania ST 306 8:00a–10:50a F 9/24–12/10 Jenkins
transition. Our purpose at the Transitions Program is to help remove obstacles that could 41355 Sylvania ST 306 2:00p–4:50p F 9/24–12/10 Johnson
get in the way of your progress to college success. The program is geared to the needs of 41471 Sylvania ST 306 11:00a–1:50p W 9/22–12/8 Vukic
students with families, jobs, and other responsibilities who wish to prepare for the future. 41472 Sylvania ST 306 2:00p–4:50p R 9/23–12/9 Johnson
For more information call Ginny Christian at 503-977-8580.
Lecture
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Career Pathways Program 46135 For info contact: Cascade
ALERT! Requires LabKit (Apprx $137) see CIP page, labpaq.com
Miller

SE Center Mt Tabor 106, 503-788-6218, 503-788-6271, 503-788-6233 Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Lab
Professional Technical Career Pathway Trainings offer students a short-term training that w Distance Learning: Online Class
prepares students for entry-level positions in a specific career pathway. Clusters of classes 46139 For info contact: Cascade Miller
from 12-16 credits are offered together for a cohort of students. The training also includes Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Career Planning training to help students find a job in today’s tough job market. Admis-
sion to the college is required. Trainings are in the following career areas: Accounting/ Lecture
Bookkeeping; Computer Applications and Office Systems; Computer Support Specialist; w Distance Learning: Online Class
Criminal Justice Corrections; Emergency Telecommunicator; HVAC/Installer; Machine 46327 For info contact: Rock Creek Radakovich
Manufacturing; Medical Coding/Insurance Billing; Phlebotomy; Professional Develop- ALERT! REQUIRES lab kit Apprx $135. See CIP page, labpaq.com
ment and Retail Management. For more information on admission and registration into a Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
specific training, please call 503-788-6233 or 503-788-6270.
Lab
w Distance Learning: Online Class
46328 For info contact: Rock Creek Radakovich
Chemistry Alert! Requires lab kit Apprx $135. See CIP page, labpaq.com
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Cascade JH 210, 503-978-5209
Rock Cr RC 7/202, 503-614-7500 Admin Asst Lecture
Sylvania ST 312, 503-977-4174
w Distance Learning: Online Class
42437 For info contact: Sylvania Liebschutz
CH 100 Fundamentals for Chemistry, 4.00 Cr.—Covers selected basic chemical Lab Kit REQUIRED-APPROX.$135.00 to labpaq.com(#ch-pcc-100)
principles and computational problems found in first-year, 100-level chemistry courses. Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
For students who have no chemical background and those with minimal problem solving Lab
skills. Recommended: Algebra I and II, or equivalent. Students who have completed or are w Distance Learning: Online Class
concurrently enrolled in MTH 95 should consider enrolling in CH 104. Prerequisite: WR 42438 For info contact: Sylvania Liebschutz
115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores. Fee: $12 Lab Kit REQUIRED-APPROX.$135.00 to labpaq.com(#ch-pcc-100)
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Lecture
40095 Cascade JH 102 1:00p–2:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Friedrich
Lab
42295 Cascade JH 214 9:00a–11:50a T 9/21–12/7 Mackel
44674 Cascade JH 214 9:00a–11:50a R 9/23–12/9 Carrigan

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Lecture Lecture
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w Distance Learning: Online Class 41700 Sylvania ST 309 9:00a–12:50p S 9/25–12/11 Killin
42558 For info contact: Sylvania Holmes Lab
Lab Kit REQUIRED-APPROX.$135.00 to labpaq.com(#ch-pcc-100) 41344 Sylvania ST 316 2:00p–4:50p S 9/25–12/11 Killin
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Lab Lecture
w Distance Learning: Online Class 41343 Sylvania ST 309 6:00p–7:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Skaates
42557 For info contact: Sylvania Holmes Lab
Lab Kit REQUIRED-APPROX.$135.00 to labpaq.com(#ch-pcc-100) 43156 Sylvania ST 306 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Skaates
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 43157 Sylvania ST 306 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Skaates
CH 102 Organic Chemistry Principles, 5.00 Cr.—Covers basic organic and bio-
chemistry. Designed for Allied Health students. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH Lecture
20 or equivalent placement test scores. Fee: $12 w Distance Learning: Online Class
46170 For info contact: Cascade Vo
Lecture ALERT! Requires LabKit (Apprx $159) see CIP page, labpaq.com
44792 Sylvania ST 309 1:00p–2:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Picciotto Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Lab Lab
44793 Sylvania ST 316 12:00p–2:50p R 9/23–12/9 Picciotto
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Recitation 46171 For info contact: Cascade Vo
44794 Sylvania ST 316 11:00a–11:50a R 9/23–12/9 Picciotto Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
CH 104 General Chemistry, 5.00 Cr.—Includes general principles of chemistry,
including atomic structure, mole concept, chemical reactions, stoichiometry, and gas laws. Lecture
Designed for students in a health science curriculum leading to a Baccalaureate degree or w Distance Learning: Online Class
liberal arts students who need a laboratory science elective. Prerequisite: WR 115 and RD 43793 For info contact: Sylvania Handy
115 or equivalent placement test scores. Prerequisite/Concurrent: MTH 95 Fee: $12 ALERT!Requires Lab Kit Apprx. $160, see CIP page, labpaq.com
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Lecture Lab
41657 Cascade JH 104 4:00p–5:50p MW 9/20–12/8 TBA
w Distance Learning: Online Class
Lab 43794 For info contact: Sylvania Handy
40804 Cascade JH 214 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 TBA ALERT!Requires Lab Kit Apprx. $160, see CIP page, labpaq.com
41658 Cascade JH 214 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 TBA Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.

Lecture CH 105 General Chemistry, 5.00 Cr.—Includes stoichiometry, gases, oxidation-


42526 Cascade JH 102 9:00a–11:50a S 9/25–12/11 TBA reduction, acid-base concepts, equilibrium, physical and chemical properties of solutions,
and Cascade JH 101 3:00p–3:50p S 9/25–12/11 TBA and nuclear chemistry. Prerequisite: CH 104 and its prerequisite requirements. Fee: $12
Lab Lecture
42527 Cascade JH 214 12:00p–2:50p S 9/25–12/11 TBA 41735 Rock Cr BLDG7 221 6:00p–9:50p T 9/21–12/7 Wallack
Lab
Lecture 42314 Rock Cr BLDG7 222 6:30p–9:20p W 9/22–12/8 Sakrison
40094 Cascade JH 104 12:30p–2:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Hart
Lab Lecture
40803 Cascade JH 214 3:00p–5:50p R 9/23–12/9 Hart 41834 Sylvania ST 305 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 TBA
44721 Cascade JH 214 3:00p–5:50p T 9/21–12/7 Hart
Lab
41836 Sylvania ST 316 8:00a–10:50a T 9/21–12/7 TBA
Lecture
42602 Rock Cr BLDG7 107 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Brackett
Lecture
43575 Rock Cr BLDG7 106 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Brackett
w Distance Learning: Online Class
Lab 44675 For info contact: Cascade Carrigan
42783 Rock Cr BLDG7 224 12:00p–2:50p W 9/22–12/8 Brackett ALERT! Requires LabKit (Apprx $181) see CIP page, labpaq.com
43576 Rock Cr BLDG7 224 12:00p–2:50p T 9/21–12/7 Kloster Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
44439 Rock Cr BLDG7 224 12:00p–2:50p M 9/20–12/6 Brackett
Lab
w Distance Learning: Online Class
Lecture 44676 For info contact: Cascade Hart
42779 Rock Cr BLDG7 107 6:00p–9:50p T 9/21–12/7 TBA Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Lab
42159 Rock Cr BLDG7 224 6:30p–9:20p R 9/23–12/9 TBA CH 106 General Chemistry, 5.00 Cr.—Includes fundamental principles of organic
chemistry and biochemical processes. Prerequisite: CH 105 and its prerequisite require-
ments. Fee: $12
Lecture
40089 Sylvania ST 101 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Fiddler Lecture
40092 Sylvania ST 309 3:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Jenkins 41947 Rock Cr BLDG7 223 6:30p–9:20p W 9/22–12/8 Joseph
41874 Sylvania ST 305 8:00a–9:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Picciotto
Lab
Lab 42315 Rock Cr BLDG7 224 6:00p–9:50p T 9/21–12/7 Joseph
40561 Sylvania ST 306 2:00p–4:50p M 9/20–12/6 Johnson
43153 Sylvania ST 306 11:00a–1:50p T 9/21–12/7 Jenkins
43154 Sylvania ST 306 2:00p–4:50p W 9/22–12/8 Fiddler
43155 Sylvania ST 316 11:00a–1:50p F 9/24–12/10 Jenkins

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Lecture Lecture

C R E D I T C L A S S E S – FA L L 2 0 1 0
w Distance Learning: Online Class 40090 Sylvania ST 309 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Schneider
48184 For info contact: Cascade Carrigan 41196 Sylvania ST 309 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Vukic
Requires LabKit. 42471 Sylvania ST 309 3:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Riker
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. Lab
Lab 40562 Sylvania ST 307 11:00a–1:50p T 9/21–12/7 Picciotto
w Distance Learning: Online Class 40563 Sylvania ST 307 2:30p–5:20p T 9/21–12/7 Riker
48185 For info contact: Cascade Carrigan 42472 Sylvania ST 307 11:00a–1:50p R 9/23–12/9 Riker
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 43158 Sylvania ST 307 11:00a–1:50p F 9/24–12/10 Schneider
43159 Sylvania ST 307 2:30p–5:20p R 9/23–12/9 Vukic
CH 199 Intro to Chemistry of Sustain, 4.00 Cr.—Learn the chemistry necessary to 44268 Sylvania ST 307 11:00a–1:50p W 9/22–12/8 Skaates
gain an atomic level understanding of issues related to sustainability such as clean water,
air pollution, renewable energy sources, and global climate change. Critically evaluate Lecture
claims made by the media to the popular media to assess the advantages and disadvan- 40093 Sylvania ST 309 6:00p–7:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Barton
tages of sustainable choices. Chemistry topics may include atomic structure, bonding,
molecular shape, intermolecular forces, chemical reactions, and energy of reactions. Pre- Lab
requisite: WR 115 and RD 115 or equivalent placement test scores, and MTH 60. Fee: $12 40564 Sylvania ST 307 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Barton

Lecture Lecture
48052 Sylvania ST 317 9:00a–10:20a TR 9/21–12/9 Fiddler
w Distance Learning: Online Class
Lab 41736 For info contact: Rock Creek Kloster
48053 Sylvania ST 316 11:00a–1:50p T 9/21–12/7 Fiddler Access Course Info. Page via www.distance.pcc.edu/schedules/
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
CH 211 Introduction to Biochemistry, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces the chemistry of
biological systems. Principal topics covered are: the structure and function of biologi- Lab
cal molecules, the chemistry of heredity, metabolism and biological energy. CH 106 or w Distance Learning: Online Class
200-level organic chemistry required. 41888 For info contact: Rock Creek Hodson
41010 Rock Cr BLDG7 106 3:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Joseph Required Orientation: LAB begins 9/22 meets Wednesdays weekly 6:30 PM
CH 221 General Chemistry, 5.00 Cr.—Introduction to chemistry covering measure- to 9:20 PM Building 7 Room 226
ments, classification and properties of matter, nomenclature, atomic structure and modern Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
atomic theory, periodic table and chemical periodicity, and chemical bonding. Recom- CH 223 General Chemistry, 5.00 Cr.—Topics include: chemical kinetics and ionic
mended for chemistry and other natural science majors, and pre-professional majors in equilibria; electrochemistry; nuclear chemistry; thermodynamics; and descriptive chem-
engineering, medicine and dentistry. Successful completion of high school or college istry topics. Special topics will be included as time and interest allows. Prerequisites: CH
chemistry class with a lab component (e.g. CH 100) in the last 5 years required. Students 222 and its prerequisite requirements. Fee: $12
who have not taken high school chemistry within the last 5 years are STRONGLY encour-
aged to take CH 100 before CH 221. Prerequisite: WR 115 and RD 115 or equivalent Lecture
placement test scores. Prerequisite/concurrent: MTH 111B or MTH 111C. Fee: $12 42781 Cascade JH 112 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Dawson
and Cascade JH 101 5:00p–5:50p R 9/23–12/9 Dawson
Lecture
40944 Cascade JH 102 9:00a–10:20a MF 9/20–12/10 Friedrich Lab
42782 Cascade JH 214 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Dawson
Recitation
41777 Cascade JH 101 10:30a–11:20a M 9/20–12/6 Friedrich
41955 Cascade JH 101 10:30a–11:20a F 9/24–12/10 Friedrich Lecture
41884 Rock Cr BLDG7 104 6:00p–9:50p M 9/20–12/6 Davis
Lab
41539 Cascade JH 214 12:00p–2:50p M 9/20–12/6 Friedrich Lab
42780 Cascade JH 214 9:00a–11:50a W 9/22–12/8 Friedrich 41885 Rock Cr BLDG7 224 6:30p–9:20p W 9/22–12/8 Davis

Lecture Lecture
41778 Cascade JH 102 6:00p–7:50p MW 9/20–12/8 TBA 41876 Sylvania ST 309 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Schneider
Lab Lab
41779 Cascade JH 214 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 TBA 43160 Sylvania ST 316 3:00p–5:50p W 9/22–12/8 Schneider
44677 Cascade JH 214 3:00p–5:50p M 9/20–12/6 TBA CH 241 Organic Chemistry, 5.00 Cr.—Includes fundamentals of organic chemistry,
bonding, hydrocarbons, alkyl halides, alcohols, nucleophilic and radical reactions,
Lecture stereochemistry and spectroscopy. Recommended for chemistry and other laboratory sci-
46174 Cascade JH 207 10:00a–12:50p S 9/25–12/11 Scherban ence majors, and pre-professional students (medical, dental, pharmacy, physical therapy,
and Cascade JH 101 2:00p–2:50p S 9/25–12/11 Scherban veterinary, chiropractic, etc.) Prerequisite: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent
Lab placement test score, and CH 106 or CH 223 or equivalent. Fee: $12
46175 Cascade JH 214 3:00p–5:50p S 9/25–12/11 Scherban
Lecture
41737 Rock Cr BLDG7 107 6:00p–9:50p W 9/22–12/8 Bonciolini
Lecture
Lab
40791 Rock Cr BLDG7 107 6:00p–9:50p M 9/20–12/6 Tadayon
42465 Rock Cr BLDG7 222 6:30p–9:20p M 9/20–12/6 Bonciolini
41576 Rock Cr BLDG7 106 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Radakovich
43486 Rock Cr BLDG7 222 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Bonciolini
42900 Rock Cr BLDG7 104 10:00a–11:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Radakovich
43394 Rock Cr BLDG7 104 10:00a–11:50a WF 9/22–12/10 TBA
43463 Rock Cr BLDG7 104 2:00p–3:50p MT 9/20–12/7 Hogle Lecture
Lab 40610 Rock Cr BLDG7 107 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Backes
41011 Rock Cr BLDG7 226 6:30p–9:20p T 9/21–12/7 Lin Lab
41248 Rock Cr BLDG7 226 12:00p–2:50p W 9/22–12/8 Killin 42316 Rock Cr BLDG7 222 11:30a–2:20p T 9/21–12/7 Backes
42317 Rock Cr BLDG7 226 12:00p–2:50p M 9/20–12/6 Davis 44612 Rock Cr BLDG7 222 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Bonciolini
42896 Rock Cr BLDG7 226 1:00p–3:50p R 9/23–12/9 Brewood
42901 Rock Cr BLDG7 226 6:30p–9:20p R 9/23–12/9 Quale
44798 Rock Cr BLDG7 226 1:00p–3:50p T 9/22–12/8 Brackett

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CMET 113 Engineering Tech Graphics, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces manual and
Lecture
computer-aided drafting including hand sketching, drafting standards, pictorial drawings,
C R E D I T C L A S S E S – FA L L 2 0 1 0

40091 Sylvania ST 309 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Maazouz


and dimensioning. Includes creation of 2-D drawing and 3-D solid models using Auto-
Lab CAD Software. Prerequisite: Placement in WR 115. Prerequisite or concurrent registration:
43161 Sylvania ST 316 11:30a–2:20p M 9/20–12/6 Maazouz MTH 60 or CMET 112. Fee: $18
43162 Sylvania ST 316 11:30a–2:20p W 9/22–12/8 TBA 40893 Sylvania AM 106 2:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Eichmiller
41116 Sylvania AM 106 6:00p–8:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Stark
CMET 132 Plane Surveying, 3.00 Cr.—Basic concepts of plane surveying are
introduced. Includes use of tape, level, transit, electronic total station (ETS), along with
Chicano Latino Studies horizontal and vertical control networks. Includes network calculations and adjustments;
angles and bearings and topographic surveying and mapping. Prerequisite or concurrent:
Rock Cr Rock Creek 3 201, 503-614-7235 Office (CMET 123 or MTH 112) and CMET 113.

Lecture
CHLA 201 Intro Chicano/Latino Studies 1, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces Chicano/Latino 41173 Sylvania AM 112 12:00p–1:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Kies
history in the United States beginning with Spanish colonization and continuing with the
Mexican-American War and the migration of Chicanos/Latinos. Covers the events that Lab
shaped the Chicano/Latino experience, such as the Bracero Program, the Chicano Move- 41174 Sylvania AM 103 2:00p–4:50p W 9/22–12/8 Kies
ment, and U.S. foreign policy in Latin America. 41175 Sylvania AM 103 2:00p–4:50p M 9/20–12/6 Kies
46492 Rock Cr BLDG7 108 3:30p–7:20p T 9/21–12/7 Rodriguez 41314 Sylvania AM 103 9:00a–11:50a F 9/20–12/11 Kies
w Distance Learning: Online Class CMET 133 Materials Technology, 3.00 Cr.—Selection of materials for engineer-
44564 For info contact: Rock Creek Martinez ing technology applications, structure and properties of metals, ceramics and polymers
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. starting with fundamental atomic arrangements. Microstructural control through thermal
w Distance Learning: Online Class and mechanical processing and effects of service environment are covered. Prerequisites:
45546 For info contact: Rock Creek Martinez CMET 121, 123; CH 104; WR 115. Fee: $18
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Lecture
41126 Sylvania SS 104 8:00a–9:20a TR 9/21–12/9 Falcon

Chinese
Lab
41315 Sylvania AM 103 10:00a–12:50p T 9/21–12/7 Falcon
42246 Sylvania AM 103 10:00a–12:50p R 9/23–12/9 Falcon
Cascade TH 220, 503-978-5025 Dept Chair, 503-978-5251 Office
CMET 213 Fluid Mechanics, 3.00 Cr.—Covers properties, laws of fluid mechan-
ics and energy relationships for incompressible fluids. Studies flow in closed conduits,
CHN 101 First Year Chinese, 5.00 Cr.—The first course of a three-course sequence including pressure loss, flow measurement, pipe sizing and pump selection. Includes
in introductory Mandarin Chinese language and culture class, with a well- balanced open channel flow analysis. Recommended: CMET 131. Prerequisites: CMET 110, 122,
emphasis on effective communicative skills in both the written and spoken language and 123. Fee: $18
an understanding of the practices and products of native Chinese culture. Helps the early 41316 Sylvania AM 112 8:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 TBA
beginning learners to acquire language proficiency as well as cultural awareness and
understanding. CMET 221 Environmental Systems, 4.00 Cr.—Explores ground water, air, hazard-
46772 Cascade TH 100 6:00p–8:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Shotwell
ous waste, and water pollution problems. Addresses technological solutions of these
46773 Cascade JH 107 3:30p–5:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Shotwell
problems, including water, waste water, and air pollution treatment, as well as alternatives.
47411 SE Center TABOR 137 11:00a–1:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Shotwell
Prerequisite: CMET 123, WR 115. Fee: $18

Lecture
42247 Sylvania AM 112 3:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 TBA

Civil and Mechanical Engineering Lab


42248 Sylvania AM 106 11:00a–1:50p T 9/21–12/7 TBA
Technology 45560 Sylvania AM 106 11:00a–1:50p R 9/23–12/9 TBA

Sylvania ST 208, 503-977-4159 Office CMET 226 Dynamics, 3.00 Cr.—Covers kinematics and kinetics principles relating to
the motion of particles and rigid bodies. Examines force, mass, acceleration and velocity
relationships. Practical linear and curvilinear motion problems are solved. Work-energy
Students new to this program must complete an application and receive departmental and impulse-momentum methods covered. Prerequisite: CMET 110, 131. Fee: $18
advising prior to registration. The program starts Fall and Winter. A TI 89 calculator is 41473 Sylvania AM 125 3:00p–5:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Meyer
required. CMET 237 MET Applied CAD, 3.00 Cr.—Presents advanced topics in mechanical/
CMET 110 Statics, 4.00 Cr.—Covers fundamental concepts of mechanics relating manufacturing engineering oriented computer aided design and drawing meeting industry
to forces acting on rigid bodies. Includes problems involving actions and reactions on standards. Prerequisites: CMET 113. Fee: $6
structures and machines in two and three dimensions. Also covers friction, moments of 45235 Sylvania AM 105 6:00p–9:50p R 9/23–12/9 Scheible
inertia, and centroids. Corequisite: CMET 111. Prerequisite or concurrent: CMET 112.
Prerequisites: MTH 60 and placement in WR 115. Department approval required. Fee: $24
40888 Sylvania
and Sylvania
SS 112
SS 112
10:00a–10:50a MTWRF 9/20–12/10 Chambers
11:00a–11:50a MWF 9/20–12/10 Chambers Computer Aided Design and
CMET 111 Engineering Tech Orientation, 4.00 Cr.—A rigorous practical approach
to techniques and problems encountered in the field of engineering technology. Offers Drafting (CAD)
abundant opportunity to solve engineering problems. Corequisite: CMET 110. Prerequisite Sylvania ST 208, 503-977-4163 office, 503-977-4160 advisor
or concurrent: CMET 112.
40889 Sylvania SS 112 8:00a–9:50a MTWRF 9/20–12/10 Chambers
CMET 112 Technical Algebra/Trigonometry, 4.00 Cr.—Includes algebra and New students to the program, or students taking DRF 117 are encouraged to talk to a
trigonometry used in CMET 110 and 111, emphasizing simultaneous linear equations, department advisor before registering.
quadratic equations and applied problems. Prerequisites: MTH 60 and placement in WR DRF 100 Drafting Orientation, 3.00 Cr.—Designed to acquaint students with firms
115. Department approval required. Fee: $30 that employ drafters and designers. Students observe product lines and manufacturing
40892 Sylvania SS 112 1:00p–3:50p MWF 9/20–12/10 Reece operations through visual media or facility tours. Students become familiar with working
conditions, and may converse with employees. Covers the fundamentals of technical
report writing, memos, resume development, and internet research of technical products
related to drafting and design.
42369 Sylvania AM 105 4:00p–5:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Truman

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DRF 117 Drafting Fundamentals, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces skills needed to produce 43677 Sylvania SS 201 10:00a–12:50p F 9/24–10/22 Kestek
2-D mechanical drawings, including orthographic projection, sections and pictorial draw- Additional 1 hr/wk TBA required. Class meets for 5 weeks.

C R E D I T C L A S S E S – FA L L 2 0 1 0
ings. Covers dimensioning basics and simple architectural plans and sections. Fee: $18 45616 Sylvania SS 201 10:00a–12:50p F 10/29–12/3 Lasher
41112 Sylvania ST 205 6:00p–9:30p MW 9/20–12/8 Truman Additional 1 hr/wk TBA required. Class meets for 5 weeks.
w Distance Learning: Online Class
AutoCAD 42961 For info contact: Sylvania
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Shingledecker
All CAD students will need a USB Drive at the first class meeting.
w Distance Learning: Online Class
DRF 126 Introduction to AutoCAD, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces AutoCAD software as a 43138 For info contact: Rock Creek Hulse
design tool. Instructions will be given in the operation of both hard disk and flexible disk Class meets 9/20 - 10/16
data storage, and plotting. Covers creation, retrieval and modification of drawings that Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
meet industry standards using basic AutoCAD commands. Fee: $6
41051 SE Center TABOR 117 12:00p–3:50p M 9/20–12/6 Truman OS 220 Business Editing Skills, 4.00 Cr.—Develops skills necessary for editing,
41169 Sylvania ST 205 6:00p–9:50p TR 9/21–10/26 Hagen
transcribing, and writing memos, letters and e-mail. Emphasis: punctuation, capitalization,
This is a 6 week class ending on 10/26/10 spelling, grammar, and word use. Recommended: Qualify for WR 121, keyboard by touch
and completion of a beginning word processing class, or consent of instructor. Fee: $20
DRF 136 Intermediate AutoCAD, 3.00 Cr.—In-depth study of computer aided draft- 44874 Sylvania SS 213 12:00p–2:20p T 9/20–12/11 Shingledecker
ing using AutoCAD software. Covers slide files, block attributes, user coordinate systems, Additional 2 1/2 hrs/wk required online.
v-points, 3-D entity creation, external references, and paper/model space drawing manipu-
lation. Prerequisite: DRF 126. Fee: $6 w Distance Learning: Online Class
45240 For info contact: Cascade Reardon
42373 SE Center TABOR 117 12:00p–3:50p W 9/22–12/8 Hagen
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
40087 Sylvania ST 205 6:00p–9:50p TR 10/28–12/9 Hagen
This is a 6 week class, begins on Thur. 10/28 OS 240 Filing and Records Management, 4.00 Cr.—Develop skills for indexing,
coding, and cross-referencing documents to be filed. Includes requisitions and charge-
Inventor outs, records transfer, various filing systems, and an overall view of the role of records
management in business including electronic and image records. Recommended: RD 115;
DRF 185 AutoCAD Inventor-Fundamentals, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces AutoCAD WR 115; and basic computer skills. Fee: $6
Inventor as a feature-rich, parametric 3D design tool for assembly-centric modeling and 41695 Sylvania SS 201 9:00a–11:20a MW 9/20–12/11 Kaufman
collaborative engineering. Develops fundamental knowledge in the areas of part and
assembly modeling, using adaptive features and parts, utilizing work groups, surfacing w Distance Learning: Online Class
40987 For info contact: Cascade Bruss
basics, managing data, and the Engineer’s Notebook. Fee: $6
44759 Sylvania AM 105 6:00p–9:50p M 9/20–12/6 Eichmiller
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
OS 250 Creating a Virtual Office, 4.00 Cr.—Covers all aspects of creating an
SolidWorks office for a virtual assistant. Develop an individual business plan, analyze office needs
for furniture and equipment, create a marketing plan, establish a fee rate range, identify
DRF 270 SolidWorks Fundamentals, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces SolidWorks software as software requirements, plan a company website, and create a file management system.
a 3-D design tool. Covers creation, retrieval and modification of 3-D and layout drawings Recommended: CAS 246. Fee: $20
using basic SolidWorks commands. Includes skills needed to create parametric models of
parts and assemblies; generate dimensioned layouts; and Bill of Materials of those parts w Distance Learning: Online Class
44497 For info contact: Cascade Schnabel
and assemblies. Fee: $6 Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
41114 Sylvania AM 105 6:00p–9:50p R 9/23–12/9 Scheible
OS 280F CE: Administrative Assistant, 1.00 TO 5.00 Cr.—Provides field experi-
ence for the administrative assistant student. Recommended: RD 115, WR 115 and
satisfactory progress through at least 15 credit hours of CAS/OS courses, or instructor
Computer Applications and Office permission required.
44494 Cascade C. . TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Treadway
Systems 2cr; Sara Treadway: sara.nelson1@pcc.edu; 503-788-6284
44495 Cascade C. . TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Treadway
Cascade Technology Education Building Room 206, 208 and 207, 503-978-5116, 4cr; Sara Treadway: sara.nelson1@pcc.edu; 503-788-6284
503-978-5695, 503-978-5696 46869 Cascade C. . TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Treadway
1cr; Sara Treadway: sara.nelson1@pcc.edu; 503-788-6284
Rock Cr RC 3 201, 503-614-7235 Office
44488 Sylvania SY TBA TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Schneider
SE Center Mt Tabor Hall 116, 503-788-6203 2 credits before registering contact gcoleman@pcc.edu
Sylvania TCB 312, 503-977-4393, 503-977-4287 44489 Sylvania SY TBA TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Schneider
4 credits before registering contact gcoleman@pcc.edu
47517 Sylvania SY TBA TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Schneider
Office Systems 1 credit before registering contact gcoleman@pcc.edu
OS 131 10-key on Calculators, 1.00 Cr.—Develops 10-key skills by touch. Recom- 47518 Sylvania SY TBA TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Schneider
mended: qualify to enter Reading 115 or WR 115. Fee: $6 3 credits before registering contact gcoleman@pcc.edu
40714 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–10/14 Hulse OS 280G CE: Administrative Asst Sem, 1.00 Cr.—Supplements the work experi-
Some class hours and assignments will be online. ence portion of cooperative education and the student’s on-campus program through
40715 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 9:00a–11:50a S 9/25–10/16 Mayhew feedback sessions and instruction in job-related area. Prerequisite/concurrent: OS 280F.
Some class hours and assignments will be online. Recommend: RD 115, WR 115 and satisfactory progress through at least 15 credit hours
41738 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 4:00p–5:50p W 9/22–12/8 Walker of CAS/OS courses, or instructor permission required.
42092 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 8:30a–10:50a MW 11/1–11/24 Meisner 44496 Cascade TEB 215 5:00p–5:50p W 9/22–12/8 Treadway
42340 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–10/11 Walker Contact Sara Treadway at sara.nelson1@pcc.edu; 503-788-6284
Some class hours and assignments will be online. w Distance Learning: Online Class
43505 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 9:00a–10:50a TR 10/26–11/23 Hulse 44490 For info contact: Sylvania Pace
Some class hours and assignments will be online. Before registering contact gcoleman@pcc.edu
43507 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 9:00a–11:50a S 10/30–11/20 Mayhew Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Some class hours and assignments will be online.
43508 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 8:30a–10:50a MW 9/20–10/13 Meisner
44395 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–10/14 Coursolle Computer Fundamentals
Some class hours and assignments will be online. CAS 103 Introduction to Windows, 1.00 Cr.—Hands-on introduction to the Micro-
44396 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 11:00a–12:50p TR 10/26–11/23 Coursolle soft Windows operating system on Personal Computers. Includes file management, basic
Some class hours and assignments will be online. word processing, using the mouse with Windows, other Accessories, and some basic
46513 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 6:00p–8:50p M 11/1–11/22 Walker features of the Control Panel and System Tools. Recommend: Placement into RD 115 or
Some class hours and assignments will be online. WR 115. Fee: $6
46520 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–10/13 Meisner 47475 Sylvania TCB 310 3:00p–4:50p MW 10/4–11/3 Kunz
Some class hours and assignments will be online. Windows 7 Class meets for 5 weeks. Starts wk 3.
46523 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 11:00a–12:50p MW 11/1–11/24 Meisner
Some class hours and assignments will be online.
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CAS 133 Basic Computer Skill/MS Office, 4.00 Cr.—Hands-on computer literacy w Distance Learning: Online Class
course for beginners. Includes mouse and windows basics and file management. Use MS 41333 For info contact: Sylvania Terui
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Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, email, and Internet basics. An overview of the MyPCC Log into class, send msg by 9/22 or access may be denied.
Portal website is also included. Course covers the Internet and Computing Core (IC3) pro- Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
gram content. Recommended: RD 115 or WR 115. Keyboarding by touch recommended. CAS 110 Intro to Web Graphic-Fireworks, 1.00 Cr.—Basic introduction to the fea-
Additional Lab hours required. Fee: $6 tures of Adobe Fireworks. Introduces basic drawing and photo manipulation tools and how
41117 Cascade TEB 227 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Booth to create graphics for web sites. Recommended: CAS 111D or equivalent. Note: Students
Microsoft Office 2007; One hour lab TBA pursuing a web certificate or degree should take CAS 208. Fee: $6
41190 Cascade TEB 226 10:00a–12:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Gleason 46541 Rock Cr BLDG2 256 4:00p–5:50p MW 11/1–12/1 DeAngelis
Microsoft Office 2007
41191 Cascade TEB 226 8:00a–9:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Brown w Distance Learning: Online Class
Microsoft Office 2007; One hour lab TBA 42002 For info contact: Sylvania Watson
42985 Cascade TEB 226 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Eustice Fireworks CS4
Microsoft Office 2007; One hour TBA Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
44434 Cascade TEB 226 6:00p–8:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Podany CAS 111D Begin WebSite: Dreamweaver, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces basic elements
Microsoft Office 2007 of web site creation using Dreamweaver. Includes web terminology, basic X/HTML,
45649 Cascade TEB 226 1:00p–5:50p S 9/25–12/11 Smith uploading pages to a server (FTP), site management, tables, layers, styles sheets (CSS),
Microsoft Office 2007 rollovers, optimizing graphics, and accessibility. Recommended: CAS 133 or equivalent
46862 Cascade TEB 227 9:00a–1:50p F 9/24–12/10 Barrows file management and word processing experience, placement into RD 115 or WR 115. Fee:
Microsoft Office 2007 $12
44405 Hillsboro HC 110 8:00a–10:20a TR 9/21–12/9 Puncochar 41391 Cascade TEB 226 8:00a–9:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Eustice
47478 Newberg NCC 102 6:00p–8:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Hirons Dreamweaver CS4; One additional lab hour TBA
Microsoft Office 2007 41392 Cascade TEB 227 12:00p–4:50p U 9/26–12/5 Wettengel
40706 Rock Cr BLDG2 256 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Kuerbis Dreamweaver CS4
Some class hours and assignments will be online. 44435 Cascade TEB 227 10:00a–11:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Brown
40781 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 8:30a–12:20p F 9/24–12/10 Coursolle Dreamweaver CS4; One additional lab hour TBA
Some class hours and assignments will be online. 42323 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 McShane
41139 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 9:00a–11:50a S 9/25–12/11 Patterson DreamWeaver CS4. Some class hours and assignments online.
Some class hours and assignments will be online. 44398 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Clubb
41247 Rock Cr BLDG2 256 8:30a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Voas DreamWeaver CS4. Some class hours and assignments online.
41249 Rock Cr BLDG2 256 12:00p–1:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Hulse 41334 Sylvania SS 213 10:00a–11:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Passalacqua
Some class hours and assignments will be online. Dreamweaver CS4 -1 additional hour per week required online.
44388 Rock Cr BLDG2 256 2:30p–5:20p R 9/23–12/9 Ellis 41683 Sylvania SS 201 6:00p–8:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Bishop
Some class hours and assignments will be online. Dreamweaver CS4
44389 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Ellis 44869 Sylvania SS 201 12:00p–2:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Rowe
Some class hours and assignments will be online. Dreamweaver CS4.
45586 Rock Cr BLDG2 256 8:30a–12:20p F 9/24–12/10 Meisner w Distance Learning: Online Class
Some class hours and assignments will be online. 41336 For info contact: Sylvania Craig
46528 Rock Cr BLDG2 256 9:00a–11:20a TR 9/21–12/9 Callahan Dreamweaver CS4
46529 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Walker Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Some class hours and assignments will be online.
47610 SE Center TABOR 117 8:30a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Harmon w Distance Learning: Online Class
47629 SE Center TABOR 117 6:00p–8:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Kunz 41377 For info contact: Cascade Grant
40702 Sylvania SS 213 6:00p–8:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Kunz Dreamweaver CS4
Microsoft Office 2007 Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
40704 Sylvania TCB 309 9:00a–11:20a MW 9/20–12/8 Lin CAS 111E Beg Web Site: Expression Web, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces basic elements
Microsoft Office 2007 of web site creation using Microsoft Expression Web. Includes web terminology, basic X/
40751 Sylvania TCB 309 8:30a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Graves HTML, uploading pages to a server (FTP), site management, tables, layout, style sheets
Microsoft Office 2007 (CSS), rollovers, optimizing graphics, and accessibility. Recommended: CAS 133 or
41684 Sylvania TCB 309 2:00p–4:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Pace equivalent file management and word process experience, placement into RD 115 or WR
Microsoft Office 2007 115. Fee: $20
47497 Sylvania TCB 309 11:30a–1:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Lin
Microsoft Office 2007. w Distance Learning: Online Class
47498 Sylvania TCB 309 2:00p–4:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Schneider 44870 For info contact: Sylvania Craig
Microsoft Office 2007. Microsoft Expression Web. Formerly called Frontpage.
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
w Distance Learning: Online Class
41521 For info contact: Cascade Reardon CAS 151 Microsoft Outlook, 1.00 Cr.—Introductory course in Microsoft Outlook, a
Microsoft Office 2007 tool for sending and receiving e-mail, organizing schedules and events, and maintaining
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. Contacts lists, to-do lists, and tasks. Emphasizes the Outlook skills necessary in business
environments. Recommended: Placement into RD 115 or WR 115. Fee: $20
w Distance Learning: Online Class
42338 For info contact: Rock Creek Peden w Distance Learning: Online Class
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 44403 For info contact: Rock Creek Lave
Class meets 9/20 - 10/16
Internet and Web Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
CAS 175 Introduction to Flash, 3.00 Cr.—Creating and editing animated mov-
CAS 104 Basic Internet Skills, 1.00 Cr.—Hands-on course with emphasis on
ies using basic features of Adobe Flash. Covers shape and motion tweening, masks,
terminology, web browsers, search techniques, and communication tools. May include
symbols and basic ActionScripting. The Flash program is broken down into smaller parts
independent web-based learning. Fee: $6
so students can learn to use this complex program. Emphasizes how to use software.
47638 SE Center TABOR 115 8:30a–11:20a S 10/16–11/13 Lowe
Recommended: CAS 133 or equivalent file management and word processing experience,
43665 Sylvania SS 213 3:00p–4:50p MW 9/27–10/27 Pearson
Class meets for 5 weeks. Starts week 2. placement into RD 115 or WR 115. Fee: $12
46866 Cascade TEB 226 6:00p–8:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Strong
CAS 106 Introduction to X/HTML, 1.00 Cr.—Beginning hands-on course for 44402 Rock Cr BLDG2 256 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 DeAngelis
creating simple web pages with X/HTML. Basic concepts of X/HTML tags and file transfer Some class hours and assignments will be online.
protocol (FTP) will be emphasized using a text editor and an FTP application. Recom-
mended: CAS 103 or equivalent file management experience, placement into RD 115 or w Distance Learning: Online Class
41193 For info contact: Cascade Grant
WR 115. Note: Students pursuing a web certificate or degree should take CAS 206 or CAS Flash CS4
111D instead. Fee: $6 Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
43666 Sylvania SS 213 3:00p–4:50p MW 10/4–11/3 Pearson
Class meets for 5 weeks. Starts week 3.

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w Distance Learning: Online Class CAS 215 CSS and Dynamic HTML, 4.00 Cr.—Create complex Cascading Style
41195 For info contact: Sylvania Terui Sheets (CSS files) that format web pages according to industry and accessibility stan-

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Flash CS4 dards, work in multiple browsers, and separate content from presentation. Develop web
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. pages using XHTML, Dreamweaver, or another HTML editor that can be customized by the
CAS 180 Search Engine Optimization-SEO, 3.00 Cr.—Elevate your website to user. Create stunning, interactive web pages using CSS and Dynamic HTML. Recom-
the number one position in a search by implementing the most effective and up-to-date mended: CAS 206, CAS 111D or equivalent HTML coding skills. Fee: $20
techniques for optimizing the searchability of web pages on the Internet. Students will 43935 Sylvania SS 201 2:00p–3:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Passalacqua
create a tailored Search Engine Optimization (SEO) strategy: on-page and off-page search Additional 2 hours per week required online.
engine optimization, META data research and analysis, traffic generation, online tools and w Distance Learning: Online Class
SEO software. Covers client side SEO. Recommended: CAS 111D, CAS 111E, CAS 111F 45236 For info contact: Sylvania Bekey
or CAS 206 or equivalent. Fee: $12 See http://spot.pcc.edu/~rbekey
47239 Sylvania SS 201 11:00a–1:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Watson Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
CAS 275 Intermediate Flash, 3.00 Cr.—Moves beyond the basic Flash interface CAS 225 Introduction to PHP, 4.00 Cr.—Introduction to the popular server-side
to introduce intermediate level Flash concepts to students. Create a Flash Web site and application PHP. Designed to take students from an understanding of client- side web
work on more complicated animations and effects. Incorporate video and sound. Includes programming such as JavaScript and introduces them to server-side concepts. Topics in-
working with frame labels, nested movie clip symbols, some ActionScript to support Web clude an introduction to server-side programming, syntax, variables, operators, functions,
site creation. Emphasizes how to use the software. Recommend: CAS 111D and CAS 175 form processing, and simple database retrieval queries using MySQL. Includes basic
or equivalent. Fee: $12 security issues and a brief introduction to object-oriented PHP in preparation for the CIS
47513 Sylvania SS 213 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Watson series of PHP classes. Recommended: CAS 206 and CAS 213 and CIS 122, or equivalent
Flash CS4 - 1 additional hour required online experience. Fee: $20
w Distance Learning: Online Class w Distance Learning: Online Class
46867 For info contact: Cascade Strong 47514 For info contact: Sylvania Bekey
Flash CS4 See http://spot.pcc.edu/~rbekey
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
CAS 206 Principles of XHTML, 4.00 Cr.—Thorough exploration of X/HTML using
an HTML editor. Includes web terminology, basic X/HTML, uploading pages to a server Computerized Keyboarding
(FTP), site management, link, lists, tables, forms, working with web graphics, accessibility, CAS 121 Beginning Keyboarding, 3.00 Cr.—Learn to key alphabetic portion of
and introduction to style sheets (CSS). Students will create a multi-page web site using computer keyboard by touch. Introduces the numeric portion of the keyboard. Develop
these technologies. Recommended: CAS 133 or equivalent file management and word or refine basic keyboarding techniques and increase speed and accuracy. Produce basic
processing experience, placement into RD 115 or WR 115. Fee: $12 business and academic documents using a word processor. Recommended: Placement
44443 Cascade TEB 227 10:00a–12:20p M 9/20–12/6 Kerr into RD 90 or WR 90 or above. Additional lab hours may be required, consult instructor.
3 additional hours online Fee: $12
43992 Rock Cr BLDG2 256 1:00p–3:20p MW 9/20–12/8 DeAngelis
Some class hours and assignments will be online. 40666 Cascade TEB 227 1:00p–3:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Kestek
Word 2007
41686 Sylvania SS 213 3:00p–5:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Bishop
40993 Cascade TEB 227 3:00p–5:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Johnson
w Distance Learning: Online Class Word 2007
41992 For info contact: Cascade Read 42417 Cascade TEB 227 8:00a–9:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Eurich
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. Word 2007; One additional lab hour TBA
CAS 208 Begin. Photoshop for the Web, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces basic painting 46860 Cascade TEB 227 1:00p–5:50p S 9/25–12/11 Booth
and drawing features in Adobe Photoshop to create and refine graphics for websites. 46543 Hillsboro HC 110 10:30a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Callahan
Introduces basic painting and drawing tools, and export options for the web. Emphasizes 40707 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 8:30a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Meisner
using the Photoshop interface efficiently. Recommend: MM 120. Prerequisite: CAS 111D 40708 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Hulse
or CAS 111E or CAS 206 or permission of the instructor. Fee: $12 Some class hours and assignments will be online.
42423 Sylvania SS 201 6:00p–8:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Wettengel 41257 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 9:00a–11:50a S 9/25–12/11 Mayhew
Photoshop CS4 Some class hours and assignments will be online.
41417 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Walker
w Distance Learning: Online Class Some class hours and assignments will be online.
42005 For info contact: Sylvania Wettengel
43462 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Coursolle
Photoshop CS4 Some class hours and assignments will be online.
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 44380 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Meisner
CAS 211D Intermediate Dreamweaver, 3.00 Cr.—Plan and publish professional Some class hours and assignments will be online.
web sites using the intermediate/advanced features of Dreamweaver. Includes behaviors, 47612 SE Center TABOR 115 6:00p–8:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Harmon
templates, inserting audio and video, Spry tools, advanced form features and Extensions. 47616 SE Center TABOR 115 8:30a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Harmon
Recommended: CAS 111D or equivalent. Fee: $20 47620 SE Center TABOR 115 8:30a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Harmon
46864 Cascade TEB 227 10:00a–12:20p W 9/22–12/8 Kerr 47635 SE Center TABOR 115 6:00p–8:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Lowe
Dreamweaver CS4; 2 1/2 additional hours online 40685 Sylvania SS 202 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Lasher
46507 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 McShane Word 2007. One additional hour required TBA.
DreamWeaver CS4. Some class hours and assignments online. 40687 Sylvania SS 202 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Lasher
44561 Sylvania SS 201 4:00p–5:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Bekey Word 2007. One additional hour required TBA.
Dreamweaver CS4. One additional hour required online. 40688 Sylvania SS 202 6:00p–8:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Adams
w Distance Learning: Online Class Word 2007.
44562 For info contact: Cascade Kerr 40689 Sylvania SS 202 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Pace
Dreamweaver CS4 Word 2007. One additional hour required TBA.
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 43173 Sylvania SS 213 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Kaufman
Word 2007. One additional hour required TBA.
CAS 213 Enhance Web Pages w/JavaScript, 4.00 Cr.—Thorough introduc-
43667 Sylvania SS 202 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Moore
tion to the JavaScript language. Add interactivity to web pages and perform a variety Word 2007. One additional hour required TBA.
of techniques such as validating form input, manipulating browser windows and page
content, security issues, and event handling such as mouse-overs and click events. No w Distance Learning: Online Class
42633 For info contact: Rock Creek Voas
prior programming experience is required. Recommended: CAS 206 or equivalent HTML
coding skills. Fee: $20 Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
47607 Sylvania SS 213 12:00p–2:50p R 9/23–12/9 Bekey w Distance Learning: Online Class
Additional 3 hours per week required online. 43466 For info contact: Rock Creek Clubb
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
w Distance Learning: Online Class
42445 For info contact: Sylvania Passalacqua w Distance Learning: Online Class
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 45146 For info contact: Cascade Eustice
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.

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CAS 121A Beginning Keyboarding, 1.00 Cr.—Key alphabetic portion of computer 46508 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Walker
keyboard by touch. Develop or refine basic keyboarding techniques. Recommended: Some class hours and assignments will be online.
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Placement into RD 90 and WR 90 or above. Additional lab hours may be required, consult 46518 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Meisner
instructor. Fee: $6 Some class hours and assignments will be online.
44383 Hillsboro HC 110 10:30a–12:50p MW 11/1–11/24 Callahan 44872 Sylvania SS 202 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Lasher
46542 Hillsboro HC 110 10:30a–12:50p MW 9/20–10/13 Callahan Word 2007. One additional hour required TBA.
40709 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 9:00a–10:50a TR 10/26–11/23 Hulse 47494 Sylvania SS 202 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Lasher
Some class hours and assignments will be online. Word 2007. One additional hour required TBA.
40710 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 9:00a–11:50a S 9/25–10/16 Mayhew 47496 Sylvania SS 202 6:00p–8:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Adams
Some class hours and assignments will be online. Word 2007.
41250 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 8:30a–10:50a MW 9/20–10/13 Meisner w Distance Learning: Online Class
43478 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–10/14 Coursolle 42004 For info contact: Sylvania Moore
Some class hours and assignments will be online. Word 2007.
43955 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 6:00p–8:50p M 11/1–11/22 Walker Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Some class hours and assignments will be online.
43956 Rock Cr
44382 Rock Cr
BLDG2 249
BLDG2 249
4:00p–5:50p W
8:30a–10:50a MW
9/22–12/8 Walker
11/1–11/24 Meisner
Spreadsheets and Database
xFor computerized accounting software see BA 228.
44384 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–10/11 Walker
Some class hours and assignments will be online. CAS 140 Beginning Access, 3.00 Cr.—Hands-on microcomputer course covering
44385 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–10/14 Hulse beginning database management concepts including tables, forms, reports, queries
Some class hours and assignments will be online. and basic macros. Stresses a working knowledge of database management vocabulary.
46447 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 9:00a–11:50a S 10/30–11/20 Mayhew Emphasizes efficient use of Access toolbars and menus. Database design issues are dis-
Some class hours and assignments will be online. cussed but not emphasized. Recommended: Placement into RD 115 or WR 115. Fee: $12
46466 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 11:00a–12:50p TR 10/26–11/23 Coursolle 41993 Cascade TEB 226 8:00a–12:50p S 9/25–12/11 Wright
Some class hours and assingments will be online. Microsoft Access 2008
46515 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–10/13 Meisner 40928 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Rosenthal
Some class hours and assignments will be online. Some class hours and assignments will be online.
46517 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 11:00a–12:50p MW 11/1–11/24 Meisner 42339 Rock Cr BLDG2 256 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Moseler
Some class hours and assignments will be online. Some class hours and assignments will be online.
43668 Sylvania SS 202 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–10/20 Lasher 46504 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 8:30a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Lave
43669 Sylvania SS 202 9:00a–10:50a MW 10/25–11/24 Lasher 46505 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 8:30a–9:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Lave
43670 Sylvania SS 202 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–10/20 Lasher Some class hours and assignments will be online.
44871 Sylvania SS 202 6:00p–8:20p MW 9/20–10/20 Adams 46539 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Puncochar
45615 Sylvania SS 201 10:00a–12:50p F 9/24–10/22 Kestek Some class hours and assignments will be online.
Additional 1 lab hour per week TBA. 47613 SE Center TABOR 115 6:00p–8:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Harmon
47489 Sylvania SS 202 1:00p–2:50p MW 10/25–11/24 Lasher 47636 SE Center TABOR 115 6:00p–8:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Lowe
47490 Sylvania SS 201 10:00a–12:50p F 10/29–12/3 Lasher 43673 Sylvania SS 202 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Pearson
Additional 1 lab hour per week TBA. Access 2007. One additional hour required TBA.
CAS 122 Keyboarding for Speed/Accuracy, 3.00 Cr.—Develops confidence, 44483 Sylvania SS 213 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Shingledecker
endurance, and control for accurate keyboarding while increasing keyboarding speed. Access 2007. One additional hour required TBA.
Develops ability to proofread documents accurately and efficiently. Keying by touch is 47501 Sylvania TCB 309 6:00p–8:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Pearson
Access 2007.
essential. Recommended: Placement into RD 115 or WR 115. Additional lab hours may be
required, consult instructor. Fee: $12 w Distance Learning: Online Class
46544 Hillsboro HC 110 10:30a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Callahan 41176 For info contact: Rock Creek Lave
41935 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 8:30a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Meisner Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
41936 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Hulse w Distance Learning: Online Class
Some class hours and assignments will be online. 44404 For info contact: Rock Creek Rosenthal
43464 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Coursolle Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Some class hours and assignments will be online. CAS 170a Beginning Excel, 1.00 Cr.—Hands-on opportunity covering basic
43465 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Walker concepts of using a spreadsheet program on a microcomputer. Includes moving around
Some class hours and assignments will be online. the spreadsheet, entering data, formatting, and printing. Stresses a working knowledge of
44381 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Meisner spreadsheet vocabulary. Recommended: Placement into RD 115 or WR 115. Additional lab
Some class hours and assignments will be online. hours may be required, consult instructor. Fee: $6
44478 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 9:00a–11:50a S 9/25–12/11 Mayhew 47640 SE Center TABOR 115 8:30a–11:20a S 10/16–11/13 Lowe
Some class hours and assignments will be online.
40697 Sylvania SS 202 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Pace CAS 170 Beginning Excel, 3.00 Cr.—An in-depth, hands-on course that presents
One additional hour required TBA. beginning spreadsheet concepts. Use Excel efficiently to design and create accurate
w Distance Learning: Online Class professional worksheets for use in business and industry. Includes entering data; creating
41991 For info contact: Cascade Gleason formulas; professional formatting; creating charts; creating, sorting, and filtering lists; cre-
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. ating and using templates; and working with functions. Focus on ways to ensure accuracy
including proofreading techniques and critical thinking to determine what data to present
w Distance Learning: Online Class and how to present it. Recommended: Placement into RD 115 or WR 115 Additional lab
46487 For info contact: Rock Creek Meisner
hours may be required. Fee: $12
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
40665 Cascade TEB 226 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Wright
CAS 123 Production Keyboarding, 3.00 Cr.—Rapid keyboarding and accurate Excel 2007; 1 additional lab hour TBA
proofreading of business letters, memos, reports, and tables. Increased speed and 42987 Cascade TEB 226 10:00a–2:50p U 9/26–12/5 Podany
accuracy of keyboarding skills. Recommended: Placement into RD 115 or WR 115; CAS Excel 2007
216; OS 120, keying 45 wpm by touch; or instructor permission. Prerequisite: CAS 216. 47509 Newberg NCC 102 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Patterson
Additional lab hours may be required, consult instructor. Fee: $12 Excel 2007. One additional hour/week required TBA.
44438 Cascade TEB 227 3:00p–5:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Johnson 40929 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Rosenthal
Word 2007 Some class hours and assignments will be online.
46861 Cascade TEB 227 8:00a–9:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Eurich 41402 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Clubb
46545 Hillsboro HC 110 10:30a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Callahan Some class hours and assignments will be online.
43499 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 8:30a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Meisner 43746 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 8:30a–9:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Lave
44386 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Coursolle Some class hours and assignments will be online.
Some class hours and assignments will be online. 44390 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 8:30a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Lave
44387 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 9:00a–11:50a S 9/25–12/11 Mayhew 44397 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Henry
Some class hours and assignments will be online. Some class hours and assignments will be online.
46499 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Hulse 44479 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Puncochar
Some class hours and assignments will be online. Some class hours and assignments will be online.

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44480 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 9:00a–11:50a F 9/24–12/10 Callahan 43504 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Henry
Some class hours and assignments will be online. Some class hours and assignments will be online.

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46540 Rock Cr BLDG2 256 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Moseler 44482 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 9:00a–11:50a F 9/24–12/10 Callahan
Some class hours and assignments will be online. Some class hours and assignments will be online.
47614 SE Center TABOR 115 6:00p–8:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Harmon 47618 SE Center TABOR 115 8:30a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Harmon
47625 SE Center TABOR 115 8:30a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Harmon 47631 SE Center TABOR 115 6:00p–8:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Lowe
40705 Sylvania SS 202 6:00p–8:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Adams 40703 Sylvania SS 213 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Schatz
Excel 2007 Word 2007. One additional hour required TBA.
40871 Sylvania SS 213 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Schatz 40761 Sylvania TCB 309 6:00p–8:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Pearson
Excel 2007. One additional hour required TBA. Word 2007. One additional hour required TBA.
41685 Sylvania SS 202 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Pearson 41063 Sylvania SS 213 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Kaufman
Excel 2007. One additional hour required TBA. Word 2007. One additional hour required TBA.
42107 Sylvania TCB 309 6:00p–8:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Pearson 42549 Sylvania SS 202 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Lasher
Excel 2007. Word 2007. One additional hour TBA.
42108 Sylvania SS 202 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Lasher 43674 Sylvania TCB 309 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Daniels
Excel 2007. One additional hour required TBA. Word 2007. One additional hour required TBA.
42422 Sylvania SS 213 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Shingledecker 43810 Sylvania SS 213 9:00a–2:50p S 10/6–11/13 Terui
Excel 2007. One additional hour required TBA. and Sylvania SS 213 6:00p–8:20p W 10/6–11/13 Terui
43811 Sylvania SS 202 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Moore Word 2007.
Excel 2007. One additional hour required TBA. 43895 Sylvania SS 213 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Shingledecker
43812 Sylvania SS 213 9:00a–2:50p S 10/6–11/13 Terui Word 2007. One additional hour required TBA.
and Sylvania SS 213 6:00p–8:20p W 10/6–11/13 Terui w Distance Learning: Online Class
Excel 2007. 40717 For info contact: Sylvania Kaufman
47505 Sylvania TCB 309 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Daniels Word 2007-Complete 1st assign by 9/22 or you may be dropped.
Excel 2007. One additional hour/week required TBA. Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
w Distance Learning: Online Class CAS 216A Beginning Word, 1.00 Cr.—Develops introductory skill in the use of a
40905 For info contact: Sylvania Shingledecker
word processing program. Includes creating, editing, and printing basic documents such
Excel 2007-Complete 1st assign by 9/22 or you may be dropped
as letters and memos and become familiar with the program’s writing tools. Recom-
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
mended: Placement into RD 115 or WR 115; keyboarding 25 words per minute. Additional
w Distance Learning: Online Class lab hours may be required, consult instructor. Fee: $6
44284 For info contact: Cascade Bruss 43743 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 4:00p–5:50p W 9/22–12/8 Walker
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 47641 SE Center TABOR 115 8:30a–11:20a S 10/16–11/13 Lowe
w Distance Learning: Online Class CAS 217 Intermediate Word, 3.00 Cr.—Review basic features and develop ad-
46863 For info contact: Cascade Kestek
ditional skill using Word. Enhance documents through special formatting features such as
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
graphic lines and images, Word Art, and clipart; work with headers and footers in multi-
CAS 171 Intermediate Excel, 3.00 Cr.—An in-depth, hands-on course that presents page documents; create and format tables; use advanced merge; create documents with
advanced features of Excel to design and create accurate, professional worksheets for use newspaper columns; and create and use fill-in forms. Recommended: Placement into RD
in business and industry. Includes financial, logical, statistical, lookup, and database func- 115 or WR 115; CAS 216; or instructor permission. Additional lab hours may be required,
tions; pivot tables; “what-if” analysis with data tables; importing data; complex graphs; consult instructor. Fee: $12
macros; and solver features. Focus on ways to ensure accuracy including proofreading 40869 Cascade TEB 226 10:00a–11:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Johnson
techniques and critical thinking to determine what data to present and how to present it. Word 2007
Prerequisite: CAS 170 or instructor permission. Fee: $12 43672 Cascade TEB 226 8:00a–12:50p S 9/25–12/11 Wright
41192 Cascade TEB 226 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Wright Word 2007
Excel 2007; One additional lab hour TBA 47510 Newberg NCC 102 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Patterson
43671 Cascade TEB 226 10:00a–2:50p U 9/26–12/5 Podany Word 2007. One additional hour/week required TBA.
Excel 2007 41255 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 TBA
40719 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 8:30a–9:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Lave Some class hours and assignments will be online.
Some class hours and assignments will be online. 43503 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 12:00p–1:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Peden
44392 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 8:30a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Lave Some class hours and assignments will be online.
44394 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Rosenthal 46448 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Henry
Some class hours and assignments will be online. Some class hours and assignments will be online.
46534 Rock Cr BLDG2 249 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Clubb 47617 SE Center TABOR 115 8:30a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Harmon
Some class hours and assignments will be online. 47637 SE Center TABOR 115 6:00p–8:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Lowe
47615 SE Center TABOR 115 6:00p–8:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Harmon 40694 Sylvania SS 202 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Pearson
47627 SE Center TABOR 115 8:30a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Harmon Word 2007. One additional hour required TBA.
41194 Sylvania SS 202 6:00p–8:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Adams 43174 Sylvania TCB 309 6:00p–8:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Pearson
Excel 2007. Word 2007.
42106 Sylvania SS 213 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Schatz 47511 Sylvania TCB 309 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Daniels
Excel 2007. One additional hour required TBA. Word 2007. One additional hour/week required TBA.
w Distance Learning: Online Class 47512 Sylvania SS 213 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Shingledecker
41337 For info contact: Sylvania Bacha Word 2007. One additional hour/week required TBA.
Excel 2007-Complete 1st assign by 9/22 or you may be dropped w Distance Learning: Online Class
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 40762 For info contact: Sylvania Kaufman
Word 2007-Complete 1st assign by 9/22 or you may be dropped.
Word Processing Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
CAS 216 Beginning Word, 3.00 Cr.—Create, edit, and print documents such as let-
ters, memos, and manuscripts; produce multi-page documents; use headers and footers; Desktop Publishing and Graphics
become familiar with the program’s writing tools and basics of enhancing documents; and CAS 109 Beginning PowerPoint, 1.00 Cr.—Hands-on introduction to the Microsoft
produce merged copy. Recommended: Placement into RD 115 or WR 115, and keyboard- PowerPoint program. Includes creating multimedia slideshows for presentations to be
ing 25 words per minute. Fee: $12 delivered on a projection system, personal computer, or automated to run independently
40664 Cascade TEB 226 10:00a–12:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Johnson on a kiosk. Different types of presentations are covered including informational, educa-
Word 2007 tional, business, personal and entertainment. Topics include animations, transitions, and
41994 Cascade TEB 226 8:00a–12:50p S 9/25–12/11 Wright designs. Recommended: Placement into RD 115 or WR 115. Fee: $6
Word 2007
47639 SE Center TABOR 115 8:30a–11:20a S 10/16–11/13 Lowe
47508 Newberg NCC 102 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Patterson
Word 2007. One additional hour/week required TBA. 43896 Sylvania TCB 309 10:00a–1:50p S 9/25–10/30 Bishop
Powerpoint 2007. Class meets for 5 weeks.
41120 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 12:00p–1:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Peden
Some class hours and assignments will be online.
41138 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 TBA
Some class hours and assignments will be online.
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w Distance Learning: Online Class
42318 For info contact: Rock Creek Baylor
Computer Information Systems
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Class meets 9/20 - 10/16


Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. Sylvania TCB 312, 503-977-4287, 503-977-4393
w Distance Learning: Online Class
44560 For info contact: Rock Creek Baylor
Class meets 9/20 - 10/16 CIS 120 Computer Concepts I, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces computing fundamentals from
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. the past into the future, utilizes key applications to solve practical problems, and explores
CAS 231 Publisher, 3.00 Cr.—Students will use desktop publishing software program the benefits and risks of living online. Designed for the student who is already computer
to design and create effective publications that combine text graphics, illustrations, and/or literate with the MS Office applications, e-mail, and the Internet and focuses on applying
photographs such as announcements, fliers, advertisements, and reports. Create, import, this literacy to practical IT applications. Provides a foundation to pursue an IT pathway and
and manipulate text, graphics, and/or templates through program tools and features. helps prepare students for the IC3 certification. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH
Recommended: Placement into RD 115 or WR 115; prior knowledge and use of Windows 20 or equivalent placement test scores. Recommend: basic computer skills equivalent to
technology and CAS 216 or instructor approval. Fee: $12 CAS 133 or BA 131. Fee: $12
42204 Cascade TEB 215 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Erdman
42443 Sylvania SS 213 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Kaufman 2 lab hours TBA.
MS Publisher 2007. One additional hour required TBA.
42574 Cascade TEB 227 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Middleton
43675 Sylvania SS 202 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Pearson 3 lab hours TBA.
MS Publisher 2007. One additional hour required TBA.
46468 Newberg NCC 102 6:30p–8:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Gloss
w Distance Learning: Online Class 40041 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 3:00p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/11 Hung
42416 For info contact: Cascade Bruss 2 lab hours TBA.
Publisher 2007 40049 Rock Cr BLDG5 125 3:00p–5:50p T 9/21–12/7 Lam
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 3 lab hours TBA.
CAS 232 Desktop Publishing: InDesign, 3.00 Cr.—Use InDesign, a desktop 40050 Rock Cr BLDG5 125 9:00a–11:50a S 9/25–12/11 TBA
publishing software, to design and create effective publications such as announcements, 3 lab hours TBA.
fliers, advertisements, and reports. Create, import, and manipulate text and/or graphics 42576 SE Center TABOR 118 9:00a–11:50a S 9/25–12/11 Erdman
through use of software features. Recommended: Placement into RD 115 or WR 115 and 3 lab hours TBA.
prior knowledge and use of Windows technology and CAS 216. Fee: $12 40042 Sylvania SS 114 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Erdman
44400 Rock Cr BLDG2 254 12:00p–1:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Peden 3 lab hours TBA.
InDesign CS4. Some class hours and assignments online. 41345 Sylvania TCB 311 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Gloss
43175 Sylvania SS 213 9:00a–2:50p S 10/6–11/13 Terui 2 lab hours TBA.
and Sylvania SS 213 6:00p–8:20p W 10/6–11/13 Terui 41482 Sylvania TCB 311 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Christensen
InDesign CS4 2 lab hours TBA.
43176 Sylvania SS 202 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Moore 42140 Sylvania TCB 311 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Schmidt
InDesign CS4. One additional hour required TBA. 2 lab hours TBA.
42577 Sylvania TCB 311 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Christensen
w Distance Learning: Online Class 2 lab hours TBA.
43676 For info contact: Sylvania Moore
InDesign CS4 w Distance Learning: Online Class
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 40047 For info contact: Sylvania Norris
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Software Integration w Distance Learning: Online Class
47710 For info contact: Sylvania Wright
CAS 246 Integrated Computer Projects, 4.00 Cr.—Apply previous computer
and business knowledge to create individual and group projects using software found in Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
today’s workplace. Use integrated software (i.e. MS Office) to learn skills such as linking CIS 121 Computer Concepts II, 4.00 Cr.—Evaluate, select and apply computer
and embedding, e-mail, Internet, FAX and scanners. Recommended: 3 credits of word technology to solve practical problems. Use Internet technologies. Organize and display
processing and 3 credits of spreadsheet or instructor permission. Additional lab hours information using a database. Address ethical issues. Recommended: CIS 120 or equiva-
may be required, consult instructor. Fee: $20 lent. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores. Fee:
w Distance Learning: Online Class $12
41044 For info contact: Cascade Brown 47711 Rock Cr BLDG5 125 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 TBA
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 40043 Sylvania SS 114 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Christensen
3 lab hours TBA.
Project Management 42166 Sylvania TCB 311
2 lab hours TBA.
1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 TBA
CAS 220 Proj Mngmnt - Begin MS Project, 3.00 Cr.—Provides an in-depth 42579 Sylvania SS 114 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 TBA
introduction to MS Project, including building entry tables, generating reports, resolving 2 lab hours TBA.
resource and time conflicts, importing data, tracking budgets and creating master projects w Distance Learning: Online Class
from sub-projects. Use MS Project effectively to design and create accurate Gantt charts 40044 For info contact: Sylvania Norris
for use in project management. Recommend: Experience with project management or MSD Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
279. Working knowledge of Windows and file management. This course is part of the Proj- CIS 122 Software Design, 4.00 Cr.—Illustrates the importance of software design
ect Management series of classes that includes MSD 279, BA 255, and CIS 245. Fee: $20 as part of the software development life cycle. Prepares student to take programming
w Distance Learning: Online Class courses, by giving examples of well-designed software projects. Student is expected to
44873 For info contact: Sylvania Watson design small programming projects, and code the projects to prove the design. Basic logic
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. constructs, modularity and an introduction to object design are included. Additional lab
hours may be required. Recommended: CIS 120 or CAS 133 or BA 131. Prerequisites: WR
Cooperative Education 115, RD 115, and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores. Fee: $12
CAS 280W CE: WebSite Development, 1.00 TO 4.00 Cr.—Provides field experi- 42111 Rock Cr BLDG5 125 1:00p–4:50p S 9/25–12/11 Carpenter
ence for students related to web site development. Recommended: Satisfactory progress 2 lab hours TBA.
through two terms of web site classes or equivalent experience. 40048 Sylvania TCB 307 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Middleton
42990 Cascade C. . TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Wettengel 3 lab hours TBA.
2cr; Contact Linda at lwetteng@pcc.edu or 503.244.6111 x3660 42193 Sylvania TCB 215 3:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Hung
43897 Cascade C. . TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Wettengel 2 lab hours TBA.
4cr; Contact Linda at lwetteng@pcc.edu or 503.244.6111 x3660 w Distance Learning: Online Class
43177 Sylvania SY TBA TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Bekey 41483 For info contact: Sylvania Talbert
1 credit before registering contact gcoleman@pcc.edu Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
43178 Sylvania SY TBA TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Bekey
2 credits before registering contact gcoleman@pcc.edu w Distance Learning: Online Class
47709 For info contact: Sylvania Gloss
47515 Sylvania SY TBA TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Bekey
3 credits before registering contact gcoleman@pcc.edu Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
47516 Sylvania SY TBA TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Bekey
4 credits before registering contact gcoleman@pcc.edu
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CIS 125D Database Application Dev I, 4.00 Cr.—Concepts of a client-based CIS 179 Data Comm Concepts I, 4.00 Cr.—Provides basic concepts of data com-
relational database management system (RDBMS) and application of such systems to the munications, networking and connectivity. Explores hardware, connectivity, signaling,

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business environment. Topics include database management issues, database design, cre- addressing, network topologies, communication protocols, network designs, switching,
ating and maintaining databases, creating forms, queries and reports. Design, create and management, TCP/IP protocols, security and standards with emphasis on the OSI refer-
maintain a database system. Recommended: CIS 121 or instructor permission. Fee: $12 ence model. Recommended: CIS 120 or instructor permission. Fee: $12
40045 Sylvania TCB 215 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Gerton 41347 Sylvania TCB 213 6:00p–7:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Quinn
Access 2007 available for download: 3 lab hours TBA. 2 lab hours TBA.
w Distance Learning: Online Class w Distance Learning: Online Class
41081 For info contact: Sylvania Gerton 41348 For info contact: Sylvania Quinn
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
CIS 133B Intro Visual Basic.NET Program, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces design, imple- CIS 195p PHP Web Development I, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces student to the server-side
mentation and testing of software using Visual Basic.NET. Structured design techniques scripting language, PHP, and its use in the development of Web sites. Topics include web
emphasized throughout. Write and test a final Visual Basic.NET program that solves a server, PHP and MySQL database installation, scripting, techniques, database manipula-
business-oriented problem. Recommended: CIS 122; or instructor permission. Fee: $12 tion, user authentication, tracking and session management and e-Commerce techniques.
41620 Rock Cr BLDG2 256 9:00a–11:50a S 9/25–12/11 Mostafavi Recommend: Completion of CIS 122 and CAS 213 or CIS 233S or equivalent experience;
3 lab hours TBA. Visual Studio.NET 2008 available to student concurrent enrollment in CAS 206 and CIS 178 or equivalent experience. Fee: $12
40572 Sylvania TCB 311 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Dougherty 43003 SE Center TABOR 111 6:30p–9:20p F 9/24–12/10 Blizzard
2 lab hours TBA. See:: http://spot.pcc.edu/~ddougher/ 3 lab hours TBA.
w Distance Learning: Online Class w Distance Learning: Online Class
42026 For info contact: Sylvania Dougherty 43004 For info contact: Sylvania Hanna
Visual Studio.NET 2008 available to student Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. CIS 233B Int Visual Basic.NET Program., 4.00 Cr.—Continues Visual Basic.
CIS 133J Java Programming I, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces elementary principles of NET programming sequence utilizing arrays, sorting, relational database access and data
software engineering, structured program design, modular programming, object oriented structures. Structured design techniques emphasized throughout. Recommended: CIS
program design, event driven programming, problem solving and social issues of com- 133B or instructor permission; CIS 275 or instructor permission. CIS 275 may be taken
puter systems. Topics include scalar and structured data types, alternation and repetition concurrently. Fee: $12
control structures, modular programming, object oriented programming and use of event 43253 Sylvania TCB 311 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Dougherty
driven graphics user interfaces. Recommended: placement in WR 121 and CIS 122 or 3 lab hours TBA.
equivalent. Fee: $12 w Distance Learning: Online Class
41082 Sylvania TCB 307 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Foty 47714 For info contact: Sylvania Dougherty
2 lab hours TBA. See: http://spot.pcc.edu/~tfoty/ Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
w Distance Learning: Online Class CIS 233J Java Programming II, 4.00 Cr.—Continues the introduction of Java
40980 For info contact: Sylvania Foty Programming and Web based programming. Introduces advanced graphics, advanced
See: http://spot.pcc.edu/~tfoty/ event handling, advanced graphical user interfaces, input/output to files, networking,
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. multi-processing, database access and internationalization in Java. Recommended: CIS
CIS 135T XML, Data Trans. & Objects, 4.00 Cr.—Discuss data formats, how 133J or CS 161 and CIS 275; or instructor permission. Fee: $12
data is converted between formats, and the use of some common software tools for 41484 Sylvania SS 114 3:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Foty
data conversion. XML, a standard structure for data will be presented. Web services 2 lab hours TBA. See: http://spot.pcc.edu/~tfoty/
architecture will be presented and a web service will be set up. Students will individually w Distance Learning: Online Class
and collaboratively apply skills studied to a variety of data transformation projects. Unified 41677 For info contact: Sylvania Foty
Modeling Language (UML) will be used to design receiving structures (objects) for data See: http://spot.pcc.edu/~tfoty/
that has been transferred. Recommended: CIS 122 or CIS department approval. Fee: $12 Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
47713 Sylvania TCB 310 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Talbert CIS 233S Internet Web Page Scripting, 4.00 Cr.—Provides the foundation to build
3 lab hours TBA.
real-world, browser independent, web applications using client-side technologies includ-
CIS 140M Operating Systems I: Microsoft, 4.00 Cr.—A first course in Microsoft ing HTML, DHTML, Cascading Stylesheets and Javascript. Although the primary focus
operating systems administration including installation, configuration, and management. is on W3C Standards, Internet Explorer and Netscape specific extensions are discussed.
Command line and GUI tools used to organize, manage and maintain the file system are A functioning website is built using the content presented in the course. Recommended:
covered. Additionally students are introduced to users, groups, printing, profiles policies Proficiency in a modern programming language (CIS 133B, 133J or CS 161); or instructor
and the registry. Recommended: CIS 120 Fee: $12 permission. Fee: $12
42023 Sylvania TCB 311 9:00a–11:50a S 9/25–12/11 Mavuwa 43799 Sylvania SCB 204 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Jackson
3 lab hours TBA. 3 lab hours TBA.
w Distance Learning: Online Class w Distance Learning: Online Class
42027 For info contact: Sylvania Mavuwa 41346 For info contact: Sylvania Jackson
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
CIS 145 Micro Computer Hardware, 4.00 Cr.—Students will learn to identify, CIS 234N C# Programming, 4.00 Cr.—Covers the C# language; Microsoft.Net
remove, and install standard components of a PC style microcomputer, including framework; Windows applications, forms and controls; introduces Web Applications and
motherboards, CPUs, RAM, hard drives, removable media drives and power supplies. ASP.NET; introduces Web Services; basic ADO.NET; file I/O; Visual Studio IDE. Recom-
Additional topics include BIOS, CMOS, the boot process, video displays, printers, and mended: Two courses (or proficiency) in a programming language. Fee: $12
home networking. Fee: $12 41690 Rock Cr R. TBA 11:00a–1:50p S 9/25–12/11 Hanna
43798 Sylvania TCB 310 6:00p–8:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Lam 3 lab hours TBA. See: http://spot.pcc.edu/~thanna
CIS 178 Applied Internet Concepts, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces the Internet from a user’s w Distance Learning: Online Class
perspective, with emphasis on productive, professional access. Topics include how to 41676 For info contact: Sylvania Hanna
connect to the Internet, how to communicate with others, how to find and share informa- See: http://spot.pcc.edu/~thanna VS.NET 2008 available
tion productively, as well as educational, business and social issues related to the Internet. Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Recommended: CIS 120 or instructor permission. Fee: $20 CIS 240L Linux Installation and Config, 4.00 Cr.—Designed to prepare students
w Distance Learning: Online Class for an entry-level position as an administrator of a system utilizing the Linux operating
40571 For info contact: Sylvania Mostafavi system. Focuses on knowledge and skills necessary for day-to-day operations on a Linux
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. system using the command line. Recommended: CS 140U. Fee: $12
43800 Sylvania TCB 208 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Neal

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CIS 240M Managing a Windows Server Env, 4.00 Cr.—The first of a three-term CIS 277T Web Business Intelligence Dev, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces fundamentals
sequence designed to prepare students for an entry-level position as a system administra- of Oracle Application Express 3.0, Web Application Development and Business Intel-
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tor of a network utilizing Microsoft’s Windows operating systems. The course focuses on ligence reporting using the newest ANSI 99 standard’s features for SQL and DML. Covers
the knowledge and skills necessary to design, install, configure and manage a workgroup fundamentals of Web Business Intelligence reporting and Web User Interface development.
or domain consisting of Microsoft Windows servers and workstations. Recommended: CIS Recommend: CIS 276 or equivalent database experience. Fee: $12
140M. Fee: $12 w Distance Learning: Online Class
42024 Sylvania TCB 311 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Roberts 43802 For info contact: Sylvania Jacob-Daub
3 lab hours TBA. Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
w Distance Learning: Online Class CIS 279L Linux Network Administration, 4.00 Cr.—First term of a sequence
42028 For info contact: Sylvania Roberts designed to prepare students for an entry-level position as a system administrator of a
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. network utilizing the Linux network operating system. Networking, TCP/IP, DNS, DHCP,
CIS 243 E-Commerce Information Systems, 4.00 Cr.—Encompasses the multi- NFS and Samba are covered. Recommend: CIS 240L Fee: $20
faceted aspects of e-commerce information systems. Combines study of network, database w Distance Learning: Online Class
and programming concepts with hands on skills. Provides a framework for the analysis 43803 For info contact: Sylvania Neal
of information system based e-commerce solutions to issues surrounding B2B, B2C, and Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
intra-organizational trade. Provides a solid background in critical issues and technologies
CIS 284 Network Security, 4.00 Cr.—Preparation for an entry level position as a net-
related to e-commerce. Recommended: CIS 120 and one programming class or instructor
work administrator, the course focuses on the knowledge and skills necessary to maintain
permission. Fee: $20
system security and to install, configure and maintain a local area network with common
w Distance Learning: Online Class internet applications. Use of Open Source software and CompTIA’s Security+ certification
41349 For info contact: Sylvania Totten are emphasized. Recommended: CIS 240M; or CIS 279L. Fee: $20
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
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CIS 244 Systems Analysis, 4.00 Cr.—Provides overview of the system development 43804 For info contact: Sylvania Neal
life cycle (SDLC) emphasizing analytical techniques to develop the correct definition of Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
business problems and user requirements. Students will prepare a feasibility assessment
CIS 286 Computer Forensics, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces computer security administra-
and develop system requirements for an assigned project. Recommended: One class in a
tors to computer forensics. Topics include setup and use of an investigator’s laboratory,
high-level programming language and WR 227. One 200-level business administration
computer investigations using digital evidence controls, processing crime and incident
course. Additional lab hours may be required. Fee: $12
scenes, performing data acquisition, computer forensic analysis, e-mail investigations,
43254 Sylvania TCB 310 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Jonathan
3 lab hours TBA. image file recovery, investigative report writing, and expert witness testimony. Maps to the
IACIS certification. Recommend: CIS 240L or CIS 240M Fee: $12
w Distance Learning: Online Class 43678 Sylvania TCB 307 9:00a–11:50a S 9/24–12/11 Schiller
43255 For info contact: Sylvania Jonathan
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. w Distance Learning: Online Class
42374 For info contact: Sylvania Schiller
CIS 245 Project Management- Info Syst, 4.00 Cr.—Study practical approaches Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
for managing, planning, organizing and implementing Information Systems projects using
modern management techniques. Complete hands-on projects requiring management of CIS 287I Web Server Administration, 4.00 Cr.—Provides aspiring systems
project resources, scope, time-line, cost, scheduling, human and other resources. Use administrators with the knowledge and skill sets to install, configure, implement, and
Microsoft Project and other project monitoring tools. This course is one of the Project manage a web server. A variety of operating systems will be explored. Course does not
Management series that includes CAS 220, MSD 279, and BA 255. Project management cover publishing Web page content. Recommended: CIS 278 and either CIS 279M or CIS
is a broad term that can include many areas of business. Recommend: CIS 122, MSD 279, 279L. Fee: $12
and CAS 220. Fee: $20 47719 Sylvania TCB 311 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Roberts
3 lab hours TBA.
w Distance Learning: Online Class CIS 288M MS Network Administration, 4.00 Cr.—Second of a three-term se-
44723 For info contact: Sylvania Mostafavi
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. quence designed to prepare students for an entry-level position as a system administrator
of a network utilizing Microsoft’s network operating system. Focuses on the knowledge
CIS 275 Data Modeling and SQL Intro, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces the design, uses, and skills necessary to design, install, configure, and administer a network infrastructure
and terminology of a database management system. Includes data modeling using Entity that uses Microsoft Windows Server products. Recommended: CIS 240M or instructor
Relationship modeling tools and Semantic Object modeling tools, normalization rules, permission. CIS 289M may be taken concurrently. Fee: $12
relational database terminology, program/query development, multi-user database issues 43258 Sylvania TCB 311 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Roberts
(including the Internet) and data administration. Recommended: CIS 122. One high-level 3 lab hours TBA.
programming language course (CIS 133B, CIS 133J, CS 161) or equivalent or instructor
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permission. Fee: $12 43259 For info contact: Sylvania Roberts
40046 Sylvania TCB 211 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Miles Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
3 lab hours TBA. SQL Server 2005
w Distance Learning: Online Class
40865 For info contact: Sylvania Miles Cooperative Education
SQL Server 2005 CIS 280D CE: Application Development, 1.00 TO 4.00 Cr.—Develop career
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. objectives by linking their course work with off-campus learning experiences in computer
CIS 276 Advanced SQL, 4.00 Cr.—Focuses on design, development and imple- information systems of the public/private sector organizations. Department permission
mentation of SQL programming for all types of relational database applications including required.
client/server and Internet databases. Learn to write complicated interactive and embedded 43179 Sylvania SY TBA TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Talbert
4 Credits Before Registering Please Contact gcoleman@pcc.edu
SQL statement and learn the implications of multi-user database applications. Recom-
43180 Sylvania SY TBA TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Talbert
mended: CIS 275; two-term programming language sequence; or instructor permission. 2 Credits before registering Please Contact gcoleman@pcc.edu
Fee: $12 44341 Sylvania SY TBA TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Talbert
47715 Sylvania TCB 307 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Jonathan 3 Credits Before Registering Please Contact gcoleman@pcc.edu
3 lab hours TBA. 47716 Sylvania SY TBA TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Coleman
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40981 For info contact: Sylvania Jonathan
Oracle PL/SQL and SQL Server 2005.
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
CIS 277O Adv Database Concepts-Oracle, 4.00 Cr.—Covers concepts with Oracle
including PL/SQL programming concepts review. Includes design considerations for PL/
SQL program units and packages. Advanced interface methods, features for PL/SQL,
performance and tuning, and advanced features of Oracle supplied packages also covered.
Recommended: CIS 276. Fee: $20
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43257 For info contact: Sylvania Jacob-Daub
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
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Introduction to C++.
Rock Cr Department Office: RC 2/230, 503-614-7604, 503-614-7607, 503-614-7256 Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Sylvania TCB 312, 503-977-4287, 503-977-4393 CS 162 Computer Science II, 4.00 Cr.—Programming using a high level program-
ming language. Topics include: Conditionals, I/O, Files, Functions, Classes, Pointers,
Dynamic Memory, Linear Linked lists, and Multi-Dimensional Arrays. Program correct-
CS 133G Introduction to Computer Games, 4.00 Cr.—Fundamentals of computer ness, verification, and testing. Recommended: MTH 112; WR 121; CS 140U; CS 161 or
game development, including a survey of computer game categories and platforms, major one term equivalent programming experience. Fee: $12
game components, an overview of the game development process, and an introduction to 45840 Rock Cr BLDG2 257 3:00p–5:50p W 9/20–12/11 Noel
game graphics. This course will design and develop some elementary two-dimensional 41598 Sylvania SS 114 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/11 Gross
computer games. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement Advanced C++.
test scores. Fee: $12
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43479 Rock Cr BLDG2 257 3:00p–5:50p M 9/20–12/11 Morales 41688 For info contact: Sylvania Liang
3 Hr Lab TBA - Develop 2D games using Game Maker
Advanced C++
42183 Sylvania TCB 307 6:00p–8:50p T 9/20–12/11 Jones
Develop 2D games using Game Maker. Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
w Distance Learning: Online Class CS 201 Computer Systems, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces computer systems from a software
42184 For info contact: Sylvania Goble perspective. Provides an overview of C and assembly language programming and reading
Develop 2D games using Game Maker. skills. Learn basic systems programming skills and tools, measure and improve program
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. performance based on an understanding of key aspects of machine architecture. Fee: $12
42439 Rock Cr BLDG2 257 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/11 Abramson
CS 133U Introduction to C, 4.00 Cr.—Solve real-world problems using structured 3 Hr Lab TBA
programming principles and the C programming language in a MS DOS/Windows 44536 Sylvania TCB 310 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/11 Trigoboff
environment. Introduces with little or no previous programming experience the world of
computer programming through development of C programs to solve practical problems. w Distance Learning: Online Class
42456 For info contact: Rock Creek Abramson
Recommended: Computer Literacy (such as completion of CIS 120). Fee: $12
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
41086 Rock Cr BLDG2 257 9:00a–11:50a F 9/20–12/11 Carpenter
3 Hr Lab TBA CS 250 Discrete Structures I, 4.00 Cr.—Discrete Structures I Introduces discrete
42182 Sylvania SS 114 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/20–12/11 Jones structures and techniques for computing sets, graphs and trees. Construct simple func-
w Distance Learning: Online Class tions, and recursive definitions. Other topics include relational properties, equivalent,
41080 For info contact: Sylvania Nautiyal partial order, proof techniques, inductive proof, counting techniques and discrete prob-
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. ability. Student will not get credit for both (CS 250 and CS 251) and (MTH 231 and MTH
232). Recommended: MTH 111B or MTH 111C. Fee: $12
CS 140U Intro to UNIX, 4.00 Cr.—Provides an in-depth introduction into the UNIX 45841 Rock Cr BLDG2 257 4:00p–5:50p TR 9/20–12/11 Jones
operating system, including: task scheduling and management, memory management,
input/output processing, internal and external commands, shell configuration, and shell CS 260 Data Structures, 4.00 Cr.—Data structures including stacks, queues, lists,
customization. Explores the use of operating system utilities such as text editors, text for- vectors, graphs, and trees. Algorithms including hash tables, sorting, searching and
matters, electronic mail, and file management, scripting, and C/C++ compilers. Discusses iterating over structures. Includes an in depth examination of recursion. Lab exercises.
trends in UNIX, including use of graphical user interfaces. Recommended: Computer Recommended: CS 162 or CS 234u. Additional lab hours may be required. Fee: $12
literacy (such as completion of CIS 120); MTH 95; placement at WR 121. Additional lab 41507 Sylvania TCB 310 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/20–12/11 Trigoboff
hours may be required. Fee: $12 C++
42429 Rock Cr BLDG2 257 6:00p–8:50p T 9/20–12/11 Morales w Distance Learning: Online Class
3 Hr Lab TBA - Linux 42185 For info contact: Sylvania Trigoboff
40494 Sylvania TCB 307 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/11 Liang Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Linux CS 261 Programming Systems, 4.00 Cr.—Operator overloading, single and mul-
w Distance Learning: Online Class tiple inheritance, virtual functions, polymorphism, templates, exceptions. STL containers
42085 For info contact: Rock Creek Morales and algorithms. Recommended: CS 260. Fee: $12
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 43146 Rock Cr BLDG2 257 6:00p–8:50p R 9/20–12/11 Chatterjee
CS 160 Exploring Computer Science, 4.00 Cr.—Explores the field of computer sci- First meeting in RC BLDG2 Rm 234. 3 Hr Lab TBA
ence. Provides an overview of computer architecture, software development engineering, w Distance Learning: Online Class
data organization, problem-solving strategies, ethics, and theory of computation. Explores 42440 For info contact: Rock Creek Chatterjee
career options and develops rudimentary software development skills. Recommended: Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Computer Literacy (such as completion of CIS 120); placement at MTH 65 and RD 115.
Fee: $12

Criminal Justice
41213 Rock Cr BLDG2 257 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/11 Iyer
2 Hr Lab TBA - Virtual robotics with CeeBots
41180 Sylvania TCB 307 6:00p–8:50p R 9/20–12/11 Liang
Explore virtual robotics with CeeBots. Cascade Public Services Education Building Room 121, 503-978-5430,
48252 Sylvania SS 114 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 TBA 503-978-5629, 503-978-5236
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42086 For info contact: Rock Creek Iyer
Criminal Justice graduates work in a municipal, county, state, or federal law enforcement
2 Hr Lab TBA agency or correction system. Other positions requiring law enforcement training are
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. available at all levels in government and in private industry. Students may work toward the
CS 161 Computer Science I, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces control structures, functions, Associate of Applied Science degree or the Juvenile Corrections Certificate. Students are
arrays, and pointers. Concepts of data representation and algorithm design; sorting and accepted each term after meeting certain requirements.
searching; lab exercises. Recommended: MTH 111; WR 121; CS 160. completion of (CS CJA 100 Professions in Crim. Justice, 3.00 Cr.—Provides overview of the various
160 or CIS 122). (For CIS students: please contact instructor if you need a prerequisite careers in the public safety professions, including police, corrections, parole and proba-
waiver.) Fee: $12 tion, juvenile and adult casework, private security, loss prevention, and private investiga-
42087 Rock Cr BLDG2 257 6:00p–8:50p W 9/20–12/11 Iyer
3 Hr Lab TBA - Introduction to C++ tor. Prerequisites: Placement into WR 121.
44362 Rock Cr BLDG2 257 9:00a–11:50a S 9/20–12/11 Martin 41379 Cascade PSEB 100 9:00a–11:50a F 9/24–12/10 Cook
3 Hr Lab TBA - Introduction to C++ 41184 SE Center TABOR 141 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Harding
40574 Sylvania TCB 307 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/11 Gross 43680 Sylvania AM 126 9:00a–11:50a M 9/20–12/6 Harding
Introduction to C++. w Distance Learning: Online Class
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CJA 101 Cultural Diversity in CJ Prof, 3.00 Cr.—Provides introduction and CJA 213 Evidence, 3.00 Cr.—Explores the rules regarding the use of evidence
familiarization with communication styles, customs, language and behavior patterns of according to state and federal laws. A wide variety of topics are introduced relating to
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various cultures, ethnic groups and non-traditional populations as employed by and evidence including collection, preservation, chain of custody, admissibility and exclusion
encountered by criminal justice professions; including police, corrections, parole and at trial. Prerequisites: CJA 111; WR 121.
probation, juvenile and adult casework, private security, loss prevention, investigation and 46368 Cascade TH 112 10:00a–12:50p T 9/21–12/7 Lieber
911 communications. Prerequisite: Placement into WR 121. CJA 215 Forensic Sci & Criminalistics, 3.00 Cr.—Explores how scientific
41380 Cascade PSEB 103 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Olson principles help in crime detection and solution. Familiarizes students with analysis of
41573 Cascade PSEB 103 1:00p–3:50p F 9/24–12/10 Patton fingerprints, DNA, body fluids, and other evidence that may be contained at a crime scene.
w Distance Learning: Online Class Prerequisites: WR 121.
44532 For info contact: Cascade Olson 44531 Cascade MAHB 215 9:00a–11:50a F 9/24–12/10 Wardle
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. CJA 217 Interviewing & Interrogation, 3.00 Cr.—Presents knowledge and working
CJA 111 Intro Crim Just Sys - Police, 3.00 Cr.—Course designed to provide skills in the art of interviewing and interrogation. Prerequisites: CJA 100, 111; WR 121.
an overview of the role of police in society. Students will become familiar with general 40748 Cascade PSEB 100 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Moore
concepts related to law enforcement and be introduced to associated foundations and CJA 218 Crim Just Persp: Vio & Aggres, 3.00 Cr.—Explores and analyzes violence
principles that comprise the criminal justice system. A range of issues and facts relevant and aggression as viewed from biological, psychological, psychiatric and sociologi-
to policing will be discussed. Included is historical development of police in America, cal perspectives. Emphasizes episodically violent individuals, their detection, treatment
crime data collection, police organization and structure, the police sub-culture, police methods and violence prevention in the area of crisis intervention. Presents the tools and
and community relations, laws and constitutional limitations on authority. Prerequisite: techniques of crisis intervention through discussion, demonstrations, simulation and role
Placement into WR 121. playing. Prerequisites: CJA 100; WR 121.
41596 Cascade PSEB 100 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Moss 46366 Central CLIMB . 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Benson
43681 Cascade PSEB 100 9:00a–11:50a R 9/23–12/9 Grace
CJA 225 CJ and the U.S. Constitution, 3.00 Cr.—Provides a broad overview of
40053 Sylvania TCB 208 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Mori
United States Constitutional Law as it relates to professions in the criminal justice field.
w Distance Learning: Online Class Examines Articles and Amendments of the U.S. Constitution, focusing on the 1st, 6th,
44525 For info contact: Cascade Olson 8th, 14th amendments and “penumbras.” Focuses on freedom of speech, religion and
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. assembly as these rights relate to limitations on police authority. Prerequisites: CJA 100;
CJA 112 Intro Crim Just Sys - Courts, 3.00 Cr.—This course focuses on the United WR 121.
States criminal court systems including state, federal and miscellaneous other jurisdic- 42000 Cascade PSEB 100 10:00a–12:50p W 9/22–12/8 Parks
tions. It covers roles and functions of participants in the adjudication process including CJA 228 Organized Crime and Terrorism, 3.00 Cr.—Provides information on
the prosecutor, defense attorney, defendant, victim, judge, jury, police and more. Also organized crime, its development, growth and impact on society and criminal justice
examined various criminal court procedures from arrest and arraignment through trial and processes. Includes crime families, terrorists, gangs and fringe groups with criminal
sentencing. Prerequisite: Placement into WR 121. intentions, their detection, investigation and combat. Prerequisites: CJA 100; WR 121.
44526 Cascade PSEB 100 9:00a–11:50a T 9/20–12/11 Ruffner 44527 Cascade PSEB 100 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Cooke
41812 Sylvania TCB 211 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Parks
CJA 230 Police Report Writing, 4.00 Cr.—Course is designed to teach students
CJA 113 Intro to CJS- Corrections, 3.00 Cr.—Covers theories and current practices police report writing skills. Emphasized are techniques appropriate to narrative structures
in correctional treatment, crime prevention, contemporary criminal justice services and necessary for operational police reports. Included are legal aspects, content, organization
treatment methods, and professional career opportunities. Prerequisites: Placement into and grammar. The focus is to produce a quality police report capable of withstanding
WR 121. courtroom scrutiny. Prerequisite: WR 227.
44530 Cascade PSEB 100 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Cook 43055 Cascade PSEB 100 1:00p–4:50p M 9/20–12/6 Moore
46362 Cascade MAHB 215 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Pool
CJA 243 Narcotics & Dangerous Drugs, 3.00 Cr.—Covers history and causes of
44523 Rock Cr BLDG5 115B 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Stimler
narcotic and drug problems, how to identify drug addicts and drug abusers, how to define
46361 Sylvania TCB 310 1:00p–3:50p M 9/20–12/6 Harding
and classify various types of narcotics and dangerous drugs, including laws and other
w Distance Learning: Online Class controls and rehabilitation programs. Prerequisites: CJA 100; WR 121.
42392 For info contact: Cascade Seeley 41094 Cascade PSEB 100 1:00p–3:50p R 9/23–12/9 Moore
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CJA 244 Tact. Comm. Crisis Incidents, 3.00 Cr.—This course focuses on police
CJA 114 Intro. to Juvenile Process, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces history and philosophies intervention in the lives of people in the midst of an emotional or physical crisis in the
of juvenile adjudication and corrections. Covers current programs in Oregon available manner designed to minimize or prevent violence while gaining control of the situation.
to juveniles who are or have been involved in the justice system. Provides a focus on Emphasized are verbal and non-verbal communication techniques and skills utilized to
integrating theories of causation, juvenile law, and procedural requirements. Prerequisites: calm the client and gain compliance helping to lead to a successful and safe resolution.
Placement into WR 121 (or instructor permission). Prerequisites: Placement into WR 121 (or instructor permission).
44524 Cascade PSEB 100 6:00p–8:50p F 9/24–12/10 Hansen 42975 Cascade PSEB 100 1:00p–3:50p W 9/22–12/8 Louie
w Distance Learning: Online Class CJA 246 Fish and Wildlife Enforcement, 3.00 Cr.—Covers fish and game laws
44533 For info contact: Cascade Hansen and their relation to wildlife management. Focuses on enforcement processes and
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. techniques including investigation, fish and wildlife forensics, evidence handling, proper
CJA 115 Intro to Jail Operations, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces jail operations including citation and report completion in preparation for courtroom presentation. Prerequisites:
security, intake, classification and other daily procedures concerning inmates. Problems CJA 111 and WR 121.
and issues facing contemporary jails will be explored and possible solutions studied. 46371 Cascade PSEB 103 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Allori
Prerequisites: Placement into WR 121. CJA 247 Intro to Criminal Gangs, 3.00 Cr.—Provides information on criminal
44529 Cascade PSEB 103 3:00p–5:50p R 9/23–12/9 Cook street gangs and their impact on American society. Student will become familiar with
CJA 210 Arrest, Search & Seizure, 3.00 Cr.—Covers issues and procedures general concepts related to law enforcement interaction with gangs including suppression,
regarding stops, frisks, searches and seizures. The Fourth Amendment of the United States intervention, and educational tactics. Prerequisite: CJA 111 and WR 121.
Constitution and Article 1, Section 9 of the Oregon State Constitution are discussed. Top- 46367 Cascade PSEB 103 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Chapman
ics include stops, arrests, privacy issues, search warrants and warrantless searches and CJA 260 Intro Correctional Institution, 3.00 Cr.—Provides an overview of cor-
seizures. Case law, current events and statutory law from the Criminal Code of Oregon are rectional facilities including prisons, jails, treatment and work release facilities. Introduces
reviewed. Prerequisites: CJA 100, CJA 111 and WR 121 or instructor permission. the effects of incarceration on inmates and their adaptive strategies. Introduces various
40998 Cascade PSEB 103 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/11 Parks intervention modalities and reintegration programs back into the community. Prerequi-
CJA 211 Civil Liability & Ethics in CJ, 3.00 Cr.—Explores the conduct and ethics sites: CJA 113 and WR 121. Fee: $20
of criminal justice practitioners that give rise to civil liability. Particular attention is paid to w Distance Learning: Online Class
aspects of risk management to help prevent legal claims. Prerequisites: CJA 100, CJA 111 44534 For info contact: Cascade Seeley
and WR 121 or instructor permission. Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
42093 Cascade PSEB 100 1:00p–3:50p T 9/21–12/7 Moore
CJA 261 Intro to Probation and Parole, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces Community Correc-
CJA 212 Criminal Law, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces substantive criminal law including tions or probation and parole in the management of offender behavior. Discusses Manage-
basic principles of criminal liability, constitutional aspects, defenses and accomplice ment of Community Corrections agencies and community intervention with offenders.
liability. Elements of specific crimes are covered and court decisions interpreting statutes Prerequisite: CJA 100, 113.
are analyzed. Prerequisites: CJA 111; WR 121. 46369 Cascade C. TBA 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Preuitt
46364 Cascade TH 112 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Crutchley

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CJA 263 Intro to Corrections Casework, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces the process of D 175a Tap Dance I, 1.00 Cr.—Introduces fundamentals of tap dance technique and
casework and case management in a correctional setting. Develops both a theoretical vocabulary. Develops a sense of timing, rhythm, musicality. Emphasizes basic traditional

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and practical base of knowledge to allow the student to develop counseling techniques. tap steps, rhythm tap combinations and complete dances. Course may be taken 3 times for
Prerequisite: CJA 100, 113. credit (D 175a or PE 186K separately or in combination). Fee: $12
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CJA 299A Community Reentry Offenders, 3.00 Cr.—Provides an overview of the D 175B Tap Dance II, 1.00 Cr.—Continues the development of tap dance techniques
role and responsibilities of the community jail and prison in preparing offenders for reen- beyond introductory level. Further develops a sense of rhythm, musicality, and tap sounds.
try into a lawful place within the community. The steps necessary to prepare the offender Learn basics through intermediate traditional tap steps, rhythm tap combinations, and
for release, offender skills assessment processes, brokering employment opportunities complete dances. Recommended courses: D 175a, or PE 186K, or equivalent. Fee: $12
and resources and other methods to support the offender while they return to positive 44550 Sylvania CT 201 3:30p–4:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Ceswick
lawful roles within the community. Prerequisite: CJA 113 and WR 121. D 177 Hip Hop, 1.00 Cr.—Introduces the fundamental principles and skills of Hip
46370 Cascade PSEB 100 1:00p–3:50p F 9/24–12/10 Cook Hop dance. Emphasis placed on development of correct technique, strength and flexibility,
musicality, and individual expression through movement. Focus on Hip Hop elements,
Cooperative Education culture, and terminology. Fee: $12
To register please contact Tanya Maldonado (503-978-5290 or tmaldona@pcc.edu). 45370 Cascade CAGYM 201 11:00a–11:50a MWF 9/20–12/10 Banner
Students must complete all paperwork with Tanya by the second Friday of the term. 45325 Rock Cr BLDG2 259 12:30p–1:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Nozaki
45328 Rock Cr BLDG2 259 11:00a–12:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Nozaki
CJA 280A CE: Criminal Justice, 1.00 TO 3.00 Cr.—Students participate with
45374 SE Center TABOR 102 12:30p–1:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Banner
various public sector criminal justice agencies to learn about their structure and function.
45376 Sylvania HT 101 4:30p–5:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Diaz
The field placement must be program-related. Department permission required prior to
registration. Prerequisite: CJA 100 and (CJA 111 or CJA 113). D 199K Hip Hop II, 1.00 Cr.—Designed to continue the development of Hip Hop
45484 Cascade PSEB . TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/11 Parks dance at an intermediate level with a focus on longer, more challenging phrases and
performance aspects. Emphasis will be placed on the development of correct technique,
strength and flexibility, musicality, and individual expression through movement. Course
Culinary Assistant Training may be repeated up to 3 times for credit. Fee: $12
46698 Cascade CAGYM 201 7:30p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Banner
Sylvania ST 229, 503-977-4305 Office 46494 Rock Cr BLDG2 259 12:30p–1:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Nozaki
45917 Sylvania HT 101 5:00p–6:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Banner
D 184 Ballroom Dance, 1.00 Cr.—Introduces the fundamental principles of Ballroom
The Culinary Assistant Training Program is designed for students with disabilities who Dance. Emphasis placed on proper partnering, style, and phrasing. Focus on elementary
have significant barriers to employment. Students work on campus to develop entry level steps of Foxtrot, Waltz, Swing, Cha-Cha, and Rumba. Fee: $12
job skills in food service and clerical occupations. 44555 Cascade CAGYM 201 1:00p–2:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Klimova-Prest
46493 Rock Cr BLDG2 259 10:00a–11:20a TR 9/21–12/9 Pauze
46495 Rock Cr BLDG2 259 5:00p–6:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Pauze
Dance 44552 Sylvania
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HT 08
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5:00p–6:20p
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Bronson
Cascade TH 220, 503-978-5519 Dept Chair, 503-978-5251 Office D 199L Ballroom Dance II, 1.00 Cr.—Designed to continue the development of
Rock Cr RC 3 201, 503-614-7235 Office Ballroom techniques at the intermediate level with a focus on longer, more challenging
SE Center Mt. Scott Hall, room 103, 503-788-6146, 503-788-6147 routines and performance aspects. Course may be repeated up to 3 times for credit. Fee:
Sylvania CT 216, 503-977-4264 Office $12
46590 Cascade CAGYM 201 2:30p–3:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Klimova-Prest
xDance Courses may be taken for either Dance or PE credit. See Dance and PE sec- D 199M Conditioning for Dance, 1.00 Cr.—Examines different somatic practices
tions of this schedule for all course listings. and conditioning methods as they pertain to dance training. Focus will be placed on
developing kinesthetic awareness, strength, flexibility, stability, and great efficiency in
PCC does not provide medical coverage. It is strongly recommended that students have movement. Focus may vary from term to term. Course may be taken a total of three times
medical coverage and a recent physical exam. for credit. Fee: $12
D 199N Introduction to Dance, 1.00 Cr.—Introduces students to the fundamentals 45915 Sylvania HT 08 11:00a–11:50a MWF 9/20–12/10 Diaz
of dance including training in movement styles from a variety of disciplines. Though Footnote: Yoga Focus
intended for the beginning student, it is also useful for those with a background in dance D 192A Ballet I, 1.00 Cr.—Develops skills and examines principles in the fundamen-
who wish to further refine their technical ability. Focus will be placed on: correct align- tals of classical ballet technique. Emphasizes correct alignment, basic barrel and center
ment, development of strength, flexibility, range of motion, and stability, dance specific work, traveling steps, and ballet vocabulary. Course may be taken 3 times for credit (D
terminology, and musicality. Course may be taken a total of three times for credit. Fee: $12 192A or PE 186A separately or in combination). Fee: $12
47748 Sylvania HT 101 2:00p–3:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Diaz 42410 Cascade CAGYM 201 4:30p–5:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Britton
D 150 Jazz Dance I, 1.00 Cr.—Introduces principles and skills in the fundamentals 46496 Rock Cr BLDG2 259 6:30p–7:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Johnson
of jazz dance technique. Emphasizes and develops correct body alignment, coordination, 41725 Sylvania HT 101 6:00p–7:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Tolbert
strength, flexibility, rhythm, and movement awareness. Includes jazz dance vocabulary 41729 Sylvania HT 101 9:30a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Limbrunner-Ba
and simple jazz dance combinations. Course may be taken 3 times for credit (D 150 or PE D 192B Ballet II, 1.00 Cr.—Continues development of knowledge and skills in
186F separately or in combination). Fee: $12 classical ballet technique beyond the beginning level. Emphasizes correct alignment,
45368 Rock Cr BLDG2 259 5:00p–6:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Nozaki increased speed, strength, flexibility, balance, coordination, and ballet vocabulary in more
41727 Sylvania HT 101 7:30p–8:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Adams challenging combinations. Course may be taken 3 times for credit (any combination of D
D 151 Jazz Dance II, 1.00 Cr.—Continues development of jazz dance technique at the 192B or PE 186B for a total of 3 times). Recommended courses: D 192A, or PE 186A, or
beginning/intermediate level. Emphasizes increased coordination, strength, control, flex- equivalent. Fee: $12
ibility, stamina, musicality, and jazz dance vocabulary in more challenging combinations. 42411 Cascade CAGYM 201 4:30p–5:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Britton
Course may be taken 3 times for credit (D 151 or PE 186G separately or in combination). 46497 Rock Cr BLDG2 259 6:30p–7:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Johnson
Recommended courses: D 150, or PE 186F, or equivalent. Fee: $12 41726 Sylvania HT 101 6:00p–7:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Tolbert
45369 Rock Cr BLDG2 259 5:00p–6:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Nozaki 41730 Sylvania HT 101 9:30a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Limbrunner-Ba
41728 Sylvania HT 101 7:30p–8:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Adams D 292 Ballet III, 1.00 Cr.—Continues development of classical ballet technique at the
D 170 World Dance, 2.00 Cr.—Introduces traditional and popular dance forms and intermediate level. Emphasizes correct alignment, increased speed, strength, flexibility,
styles from a selection of countries and cultures. Examines and practices dance movement balance, coordination, stamina, and ballet vocabulary in longer, more challenging combi-
within a cultural context. Ethnic dances may vary by term. Course may be taken 3 times nations. Course may be taken 3 times for credit (any combination of D 292 or PE 286 for a
for credit. total of 3 times). Recommended courses: D 192B, or PE 186B, or equivalent. Fee: $12
42992 Cascade CAGYM NSBR 10:00a–11:20a TR 9/21–12/9 Oefinger 46498 Rock Cr BLDG2 259 6:30p–7:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Johnson
FOCUS: Brazilian Dance
47956 Rock Cr BLDG2 259 2:00p–3:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Riddle
with a focus on Salsa
43700 Sylvania HT 101 12:30p–1:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Yamashiro
Hula
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D 192C Modern Dance I, 1.00 Cr.—Introduces knowledge and skills in beginning
modern dance technique. Includes dance fundamentals, vocabulary, and improvisation, Dental Hygiene
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emphasizing correct alignment, coordination, strength, and awareness of movement.


Course may be taken 3 times for credit (D 192C or PE 186IU separately or in combina- Sylvania HT 206, 503-977-4795
tion). Fee: $12
41717 Sylvania HT 101 10:00a–10:50a MWF 9/20–12/10 Diaz
D 192D Modern Dance II, 1.00 Cr.—Continues development of modern dance Dental hygienists are licensed dental professionals who provide direct patient care,
technique, with focus on alignment, strength, control, musicality, and dynamics. Includes specializing in periodontal therapy and oral health education. They are employed in dental
expanded modern dance vocabulary, dance combinations, and improvisation. Course may clinics, school settings and public health agencies. The Dental Hygiene Program is fully
be taken 3 times for credit (D 192D or PE 186J separately or in combination). Recom- accredited by the American Dental Association Commission on Dental Accreditation
mended courses: D 192C or PE 186I or equivalent. Fee: $12 and consists of two academic years resulting in an Associate of Applied Science degree.
41724 Sylvania HT 101 10:00a–10:50a MWF 9/20–12/10 Diaz
Students are also prepared for national and regional licensing exams.
D 251 Dance Appreciation, 4.00 Cr.—Develops an awareness and appreciation of For information on prerequisite courses and application procedures, visit Health Profes-
dance in its artistic, social, historical, and cultural contexts. Considers aspects of dance as sions Admissions in HT 205 or phone 503-977-4795. Visit us Online at www.pcc.edu/dh
cultural, spiritual, and aesthetic expression, exploring origins and the related roles of the
dancer, choreographer, and spectator. Offers a variety of experiences, including the viewing
of dance in live and recorded formats, reading about dance, discussing dance, and hearing
from guest experts. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115, and MTH 20 or equivalent placement Dental Technology
test scores. Fee: $80 Sylvania HT 206, 503-977-4795
45916 Sylvania HT 121 6:00p–9:50p R 9/23–12/9 Diaz
$80 fee for performance tickets will be assessed.
The dental technologist designs and fabricates dental restorations such as crowns, bridges
and dentures as directed by the dentist. This dental professional may choose to be em-

Dealer Service Technology ployed by a dental office/lab or may be self-employed. The program is fully accredited by
the American Dental Association Commission on Dental Accreditation and consists of two
academic years leading to either a certificate of completion or, with an additional 18 credit
(ThinkBIG) hours, an Associate of Applied Science degree.
Rock Cr Department Office: RC 2/230, 503-614-7246 The two-year Certificate program begins in the fall term of each year. Applications are
accepted at any time; but, enrollment is limited. For more information, visit Health Profes-
sions Admissions in HT 205 or phone 503-977-4795. Visit us online at www.pcc.edu/dlt
This program is partnered with Caterpillar Corporation. For information on how to regis-
ter, please contact the department at 503-614-7246.
DST 110 Caterpillar Engine Fundamental, 8.00 Cr.—This course introduces the
student to Caterpillar basic diesel engine theory and service procedures. The principles of Diesel Service Technology
compression ignited internal combustion engines are taught and variations in design are Rock Cr Department Office: RC 2/230, 503-614-7488, 503-614-7246
discussed. Caterpillar engines are used for lab disassembly and assembly. Prerequisites:
Provide a dealer letter indicating secured internship at a participating Caterpillar Dealer-
ship. Fee: $200
45491 Rock Cr BLDG2 107 3:00p–5:30p M 9/20–11/11 Torgeson
3 Week Course: Sept. 20 - Oct. 7
and Rock Cr BLDG2 107 7:00a–11:50a R 9/20–11/11 Torgeson DS 106 PMI/Detroit Diesel Elect Contr, 3.00 Cr.—Preventive Maintenance Inspec-
and Rock Cr BLDG2 107 12:30p–2:30p R 9/20–11/11 Torgeson tion (PMI) of vehicles, Department of Transportation (D.O.T.) out of service criteria, PM
and Rock Cr BLDG2 107 7:00a–11:50a T 9/20–11/11 Torgeson scheduling, lubricants and winterizing. Detroit Diesel Electronic Control (DDEC) learn to
and Rock Cr BLDG2 107 12:30p–3:30p T 9/20–11/11 Torgeson understand and troubleshoot system. Fee: $18
43729 Rock Cr BLDG2 117 7:00a–12:30p MTWR 9/20–10/7 York
DST 111 Intro to Caterpillar Service, 3.00 Cr.—This course introduces the student
to the Caterpillar Organization and provides instruction and lab experience in shop safety,
shop operation, service tools, and how to obtain Caterpillar Service Information. (SIS) 9 Week Course
Prerequisites: Provide a dealer letter indicating secured internship at a participating DS 206 Med/Heavy Duty Truck Brake, 9.00 Cr.—Gain knowledge in medium/
Caterpillar Dealership. Fee: $200 heavy duty truck brake systems, suspension and steering. Covers: air brake systems,
45494 Rock Cr BLDG2 107 2:50p–4:50p R 9/22–11/11 Rivas hydraulic brake systems, truck foundation brakes, antilock brakes, automatic slack adjust-
and Rock Cr BLDG2 107 2:50p–5:50p W 9/22–11/11 Rivas ers, wheels, tires and fifth wheels. Emphasizes safety and the use of service manuals and
DST 150 Cat Service Tech Internship, 6.00 Cr.—Students will work 26.5 hours per textbooks. Fee: $36
week for 8 weeks at an approved Caterpillar dealership. They will be performing service re- 46313 Rock Cr BLDG2 117 7:00a–12:30p MTWR 10/11–12/9 York
lated tasks defined by the instructor, the students mentor and the students’ direct supervi-
sor. Although the students will be working in a live shop environment, the tasks assigned First 6-Week Session: Sept 20 - Oct. 28
will primarily be related to the previous course studied. Prerequisite: Provide a dealer DS 103 Fuel Injection Systems, 6.00 Cr.—Emphasizes fuel injection systems and
letter indicating secured internship at a participating Caterpillar Dealership. Students must how they relate to diesel engine performance and operation. Lecture and hands on training
have completed the sequence courses with a minimum C grade, prior to internship. See used for instruction. The operations of all major fuel injection devices including diesel
advisor for proper courses. Fee: $200 fuels, fuel transfer pumps, fuel nozzles, fuel injectors, filtration systems, metering systems
45495 Rock Cr R. TBA TBA TBA 9/20–11/12 Rivas and governing systems will be presented. Fee: $36
43732 Rock Cr BLDG2 117 5:30p–10:30p MTWR 9/20–10/28 Dunnington
DS 104 Fund Electricity & Electronics, 6.00 Cr.—Fundamentals of electricity,
Dental Assisting electrical circuitry and components. Practice on electrical components and live circuitry.
Fee: $36
Sylvania HT 206, 503-977-4795 46363 Rock Cr BLDG2 117 7:00a–12:30p MTWR 9/20–10/28 Bonner
DS 105 Fund Hydraulics/AC Systems, 6.00 Cr.—Fundamentals of hydraulics in
theory and shop practice provides a solid background in applications of hydraulics in the
This program prepares the student for certification as a dental assistant (CDA). The dental trucking and heavy equipment industry. Heavy duty air conditioning operation, trouble
assistant is a professional member of the dental team, working with and asssisting the shooting and system repair is incorporated into this class. Fee: $36
dentist during clinical procedures. Dental assistants also teach oral health principles and 41648 Rock Cr BLDG2 117 7:00a–12:30p MTWR 9/20–10/28 TBA
must be prepared to assume dental office management responsibilities. DS 107 Live Equipment & Lab, 6.00 Cr.—Repair of customer-owned (live) equip-
CC offers a one-year Certificate program that is fully accredited by the American Dental ment under a minimum of supervision. Department approval required. Fee: $36
Association Commission on Dental Accreditation. Applications are accepted between 43805 Rock Cr BLDG2 117 7:00a–12:30p MTWR 9/20–10/28 Bonner
October 1st and April 15th for entry the following fall. For application information visit 43806 Rock Cr BLDG2 117 5:00p–10:30p MTWR 9/20–10/28 Dunnington
Health Professions Admissions in HT 205 or phone 503-977-4795. Visit us online at
www.pcc.edu/da
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Second 6-Week Session: Nov. 01 - Dec. 09 ECE 123 Environments and Curriculum II, 4.00 Cr.—This course explores the use
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DS 107 Live Equipment & Lab, 6.00 Cr.—Repair of customer-owned (live) equip- environments and curriculum for children six weeks to six years in home or center-based
ment under a minimum of supervision. Department approval required. Fee: $36 programs. Theories of play and early care and education are employed to plan and imple-
43807 Rock Cr BLDG2 117 7:00a–12:30p MTWR 11/1–12/9 Dunnington ment environments and curriculum for children. Students plan, implement, and evaluate
43808 Rock Cr BLDG2 117 5:00p–10:30p MTWR 11/1–12/9 TBA environments and curriculum for young children. Prerequisite: ECE 122.
DS 203 Fuel Inject Syst Diagnostics, 6.00 Cr.—Designed to cover diesel fuel 44629 Sylvania SCB 204 6:00p–9:20p M 9/20–12/11 Miller
injection pumps and their applications, timing advance mechanisms, governing systems, Field Trip: 5-hours TBA. Service-Learning Option
electronic engine controls and other related items that effect engine operation and perfor- ECE 130 Practicum Seminar, 2.00 Cr.—Reviews lab experiences and observations.
mance. Fee: $36 Focuses on the role of the teacher in carrying out a developmental philosophy of early
43736 Rock Cr BLDG2 117 5:00p–10:30p MTWR 11/1–12/9 Dunnington childhood education.
DS 204 DS Start/Charge & Elec Cntl Sy, 6.00 Cr.—Overhaul system components 41530 Rock Cr BLDG5 113 4:00p–5:50p T 9/21–12/11 Jones
and practice live troubleshooting of heavy duty electrical and electronic systems. Prereq- Instructor permission required.
uisite: DS 104. Fee: $36 41529 Sylvania HT 320 4:00p–5:50p M 9/20–12/11 Forshee
46314 Rock Cr BLDG2 117 7:00a–12:30p MTWR 11/1–12/9 Bonner Instructor permission required.
DS 205 Mobile & Hydrostatic Hydraulic, 6.00 Cr.—Covers advanced hydraulics 41663 Sylvania HT 323 4:00p–5:50p M 9/21–12/11 Miller
Instructor permission required.
and hydrostatics used on heavy equipment, farm machinery, marine equipment, hydraulic
46571 Sylvania HT 121 4:00p–5:50p W 9/22–12/11 Dundorf
cranes, backhoes and other equipment. Emphasizes troubleshooting. Prerequisite: DS Instructor permission required.
105. Fee: $36
41600 Rock Cr BLDG2 117 7:00a–12:30p MTWR 11/1–12/9 TBA ECE 133 Practicum I, 3.00 Cr.—Develops skills in working with infants/toddlers in a
group setting in the PCC Child Care Center. Includes using developmentally appropriate
methods in recognizing and providing a safe and sanitary environment; using positive
Cooperative Education guidance techniques; supporting language development, and planning a schedule and
DS 280B CE: Diesel Serv Tech-Sem, 1.00 TO 2.00 Cr.—Share and receive curriculum. Prerequisites: ECE 120 and ECE 121.
feedback on experiences from other students and instructors. Discuss job survival skills. 41544 Rock Cr BLDG3 103 TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/11 Jones
Department permission required. Instructor permission required.
43410 Rock Cr BLDG9 108 7:00a–8:00p MTWRF 9/20–12/11 TBA 41546 Sylvania HT 318 TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/11 Forshee
DS 280A CE: Diesel Serv Tech, 1.00 TO 10.00 Cr.—On-the-job work experience Instructor permission required.
related to the individual’s education and career goals. Receive one credit for 30 hours of 44627 Sylvania HT 318 TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/11 Miller
Instructor permission required.
work. Department permission required.
46573 Sylvania HT 318 TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/11 Dundorf
43403 Rock Cr BLDG9 TBA 7:00a–8:00p MTWRF 9/20–12/11 TBA Instructor permission required.
this class is offered for two credits.
43404 Rock Cr BLDG9 TBA 7:00a–8:00p MTWRF 9/20–12/11 TBA ECE 134 Practicum II, 3.00 Cr.—Develops skills in supervision of children in a group
This class is offered for three credits. setting in the PCC Child Care Center. Includes using developmentally appropriate meth-
43405 Rock Cr BLDG9 108 7:00a–8:00p MTWRF 9/20–12/11 TBA ods in recognizing and providing a safe and sanitary environment; using positive guidance
This class is offered for four credits. techniques; supporting language development; supporting and planning a schedule and
43406 Rock Cr BLDG9 108 7:00a–8:00p MTWR 9/20–12/11 TBA curriculum. Prerequisites: ECE 133 and ECE 122.
This Class is offered for five credits. 41545 Rock Cr BLDG3 103 TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/11 Jones
43407 Rock Cr BLDG9 108 7:00a–8:00p MTWRF 9/20–12/11 TBA Registration by instructor permission only.
This class is offered for six credits. 41871 Sylvania HT 318 TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/11 Forshee
43408 Rock Cr BLDG9 108 7:00a–8:00p MTWRF 9/20–12/11 TBA Instructor permission required.
This class is offered for seven credits. 44628 Sylvania HT 318 TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/11 Miller
43409 Rock Cr BLDG9 108 7:00a–8:00p MTWRF 9/20–12/11 TBA Instructor permission required.
This class is offered for eight credits. 46576 Sylvania HT 318 TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/11 Dundorf
Instructor permission required.
ECE 187 Cooking with Kids, 1.00 Cr.—Cooking with kids can do it all! Cooking can
Early Education and Family help young children learn language and literacy, math, science, cooperation, and healthy
eating habits. Learn to create and share cooking experiences with young children in a way
Studies that maximizes child participation and developmental opportunities and minimizes the
potential for chaos.
Sylvania HT 318, 503-977-4217 46592 Hillsboro COMACT TBA 10:00a–3:20p S 10/23– TBA
and Hillsboro COMACT TBA 10:00a–3:20p S 10/30– TBA
1/2 Hour for lunch
ECE 120 Intro Early Ed & Fam Studies, 3.00 Cr.—Introductory level child develop- ECE 191 Planning for Infants, 1.00 Cr.—Interest-based planning is a key aspect of
ment class integrating the normal growth and developmental patterns of children from quality curriculum development in early childhood. Identifying infant interests requires
conception through age 10 with developmentally appropriate practices. Linkages between perceptive and responsive adult attention and creative effort. This course will explore the
development and practice in a variety of settings are covered with particular emphasis on ways in which infants communicate their interests to adults, methods of assessing infant
parent (family) - teacher (caregiver) partnerships. interests, and interest-based curriculum development in infant-care programs.
41527 Rock Cr BLDG2 258 2:00p–4:50p T 9/21–12/11 Forshee 46593 Cascade SC 202 10:00a–3:20p S 10/2– TBA
2 hours per week of participation/observation required (TBA) and Cascade SC 202 10:00a–3:20p S 10/16– TBA
42048 Sylvania HT 311 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/11 Forshee 1/2 hour for lunch
2 hours per week of participation/observation required (TBA) ECE 194 Managing Stress in EEFs, 1.00 Cr.—This course examines common
ECE 121 Observation & Guidance I, 3.00 Cr.—Focuses on age-appropriate sources of stress and burnout in early education and family studies. Strategies for surviv-
guidance and observations techniques for individual children six week to six years. ing, thriving, and caring for the self are explored.
Topics include the ongoing dynamics of relationships, how values and belief systems 46594 SE Center SCOTT 200 10:00a–3:20p S 11/13– TBA
impact guidance decisions, and the linkages between observation and guidance plans for and SE Center SCOTT 200 10:00a–3:20p S 12/4– TBA
individual children. 1/2 hour for lunch
41528 Rock Cr BLDG5 113 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/11 Jones ECE 234 Children w/Special Needs i/ECE, 3.00 Cr.—Become acquainted with
Service-Learning Option see: www.pcc.edu/servicelearning areas of special needs in children from birth through six years of age. Emphasis is on
43278 Sylvania HT 311 1:00p–3:50p M 9/20–12/11 Jones inclusion of children in early childhood settings. Explore services available to children and
Service-Learning Option see: www.pcc.edu/servicelearning their families. Child development helpful.
ECE 122 Environments & Curriculum I, 4.00 Cr.—An introduction to an overview 46585 Sylvania HT 320 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/11 Mertz
of creating physical and social environments and curriculum for children six weeks to
six years in home or center-based programs. Course covers theories and relationships
between physical and social space, activities, experiences, and materials. Students are
introduced to the use of developmentally and culturally appropriate practices in planning,
selecting, and evaluating environments and curriculum for young children.
41599 Sylvania
HT 324 1:00p–4:20p R 9/24–12/11 Miller
Field Trip: 5 hours TBA. Service-Learning Option.
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ECE 236 Lang & Literacy in ECE, 3.00 Cr.—Overview of language and literacy 40340 Sylvania SS 102 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/11 Tobin
development in children from infancy to age 6. Design and use a variety of language and 40668 Sylvania SCB 105 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/11 Khodaparast
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literacy development activities with young children. Fee: $20 40747 Sylvania TCB 214 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/11 Tobin
w Distance Learning: Online Class 40927 Sylvania SS 116 6:00p–7:50p MW 9/20–12/11 Scott
46586 For info contact: Sylvania Garcia 41130 Sylvania TCB 211 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/11 Khodaparast
Class taught entirely in spanish 42610 Sylvania TCB 211 10:00a–1:50p S 9/25–12/11 Collier
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 43399 Sylvania TCB 216 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/11 Fawls
HEC 201 Family Partnership Education, 3.00 Cr.—The study of influences on w Distance Learning: Online Class
children and their families which impact child and family behaviors, values, attitudes, 40667 For info contact: Sylvania Eden
beliefs, and morals. Topics include: parenting patterns: cultural, religious and socioeco- Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
nomic influences: peer, school, media, impacts; family development, community ecology, w Distance Learning: Online Class
special needs children, prejudice, and public policy. Fee: $20 44422 For info contact: Sylvania Collier
w Distance Learning: Online Class Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
44889 For info contact: Sylvania Jones w Distance Learning: Online Class
Service-Learning Option see: www.pcc.edu/servicelearning 44423 For info contact: Sylvania Collier
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
HEC 226 Child Development, 4.00 Cr.—Basic theories, research and principles w Distance Learning: Online Class
of physical, cognitive, language, social and emotional development of children from the 44586 For info contact: Rock Creek Kayim
prenatal period through adolescence. Includes observation and classroom processes. Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Prerequisite: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores. Fee: $20 EC 202 Prin Econ: Macroeconomics, 4.00 Cr.—A study of factors affecting the
x Distance Learning: Telecourse-Online level of national income; the essentials of money and banking; the role of government
41260 For info contact: Sylvania Dundorf expenditure and taxation in achieving economic stability, growth, and development;
Series: Child Development: Stepping Stones international monetary issues including exchange rates and the balance of payments.
Required Orientation: Online Orientation; log in after 9am on the first day of Recommended: MTH 95 and EC 201. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or
classes at www.distance.pcc.edu equivalent placement test scores.
Viewing Times: Comcast Cable CH27: Tuesday and Thursday 1-2pm, Friday 43553 Cascade JH 106 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Elardo
6-7pm and Saturday 11am-1pm 46414 Cascade TH 202 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Elardo
Viewing Options: DVD (bkstr), cable tv, streaming, PCC library 41731 Rock Cr BLDG2 123 10:00a–11:50a TR 9/21–12/9 McDonald
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 42691 Rock Cr BLDG2 111 6:00p–9:50p T 9/21–12/7 Magnuson
x Distance Learning: Telecourse-Online 46805 SE Center TABOR 144 6:00p–7:50p TR 9/21–12/9 McDonald
46583 For info contact: Sylvania Dundorf 40972 Sylvania SS 104 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/11 Tobin
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 41317 Sylvania TCB 217 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/11 Khodaparast
42008 Sylvania SS 112 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/11 Tobin
42009 Sylvania SCB 103 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/11 Khodaparast
44421 Sylvania SCB 203 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/11 Scott
Economics w Distance Learning: Online Class
41266 For info contact: Sylvania Eden
Cascade TH 220, 503-978-5215 Dept Chair, 503-978-5251 Office Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Rock Cr RC 3/201, 503-614-7327
SE Center Mt. Scott Hall 103, 503-788-6146, 503-788-6148 w Distance Learning: Online Class
43205 For info contact: Rock Creek Magnuson
Sylvania SS 215, 503-977-4289
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.

EC 200 Prin Econ: Intro, Inst & Phil, 4.00 Cr.—A survey course covering: basic
microeconomic and macroeconomic concepts, the history of economic ideas, and a vari-
ety of economic issues. Depending on the instructor’s interest, the issues covered might Education
include: price ceilings, price floors, pollution, income distribution, poverty, international Cascade Technology Education Building Room 209, 503-978-5229
trade issues, inflation, unemployment, economic growth, public finance, and transitional
economies. This course is recommended for students who desire a one term survey
course. Recommend: MTH 95. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent
placement test scores. Paraeducator and Teacher Relicensing
41096 Cascade SC 303 10:00a–1:50p F 9/24–12/10 Solomon Teachers may register for courses listed below. Teachers Standards and Practices Com-
46416 Cascade TH 122 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Scott mission (TSPC) may accept classes numbering 101 or above for teacher re-licensing.
40342 Rock Cr BLDG2 111 8:00a–9:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Kayim Please call TSPC at 503-378-3586 to determine your specific requirements.
42692 Rock Cr BLDG2 111 10:00a–1:50p S 9/25–12/11 Fawls ED 100 Introduction to Education, 3.00 Cr.—Explores the roles of a variety of
45838 Rock Cr BLDG2 111 4:00p–5:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Yip personnel in schools. Includes personal responses to school situations, students, other
40338 Sylvania SCB 103 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/21–12/11 Eden personnel and the roles of schools in American Society. Examines ethical, legal, and
43495 Sylvania SS 116 7:00p–8:50p TR 9/21–12/11 Beebe administrative implications for educators. Recommended as an initial course for those
w Distance Learning: Online Class contemplating a career in education. Course is designed to ease the transition of students
40339 For info contact: Sylvania Eden to college-level study. Fee: $20
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. w Distance Learning: Online Class
EC 201 Prin Econ: Microeconomics, 4.00 Cr.—A study of the market system, 43448 For info contact: Cascade Peterson
involving the essentials of demand and supply analysis; competition and monopoly; labor Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
markets; public policy towards business; distribution of income; international trade and ED 102 Displays/Graphics for Educator, 3.00 Cr.—Presented as a means of
commercial policy; comparative advantage, tariffs, and quotas. EC201 and EC202 together visual communication that develops an understanding and usage of the Internet, digital
constitute the two term transfer sequence. Recommended: MTH 95. Prerequisites: WR camera, scanner, and word processing for graphics. Introduces dry mounting, laminating,
115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores. enlarging, copying, poster making, award making and bulletin board creating. Provides
40341 Cascade JH 107 6:00p–7:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Beebe opportunities to empower the prospective librarians/teachers with the ability to promote
42007 Cascade JH 102 3:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Elardo content in different modalities. Prerequisite: CAS 133 or ED 136. Fee: $6
43552 Cascade SC 305 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Elardo 43450 Cascade TEB 216 5:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Hunter-Bernst
42690 Hillsboro HC 105 10:00a–1:50p F 9/24–12/10 Yip
45836 Newberg NCC 105 12:00p–1:50p MW 9/20–12/9 Fawls
40343 Rock Cr BLDG2 111 10:00a–11:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Kayim
41048 Rock Cr BLDG2 111 2:00p–3:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Magnuson
41966 Rock Cr BLDG2 111 6:00p–9:50p R 9/23–12/9 Magnuson
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ED 131 Applied Learning Theory, 3.00 Cr.—Prepares teachers and instructional ED 112 Intro to Children’s Literature, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces children’s literature,
assistants to work in a standards-based setting. Offers strategies to plan and implement authors and illustrators. Covers current and classic works, book awards, artistic and liter-

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instruction, assess student progress and instructional effectiveness, and re-teach as ary elements, introduction to genres, basic book discussion techniques, and audio-visual
needed. Focuses on learning and motivational theories that apply to instructional situa- and electronic formats. Prerequisite: WR 115.
tions. Includes creating and studying activities for specific learning problems. Prerequi- 42502 Cascade TEB 216 5:00p–7:50p R 9/23–12/9 Gregorio
sites: WR 115 and RD 115. Fee: $20 ED 136 Computers in Education, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces students to the many educa-
w Distance Learning: Online Class tional uses of computers and how to integrate educational technology into the curriculum.
43455 For info contact: Cascade Hunter-Bernst Prerequisites: Completion of WR 115; RD 115; and CAS 133.
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 43469 Cascade TEB 227 5:00p–7:50p M 9/20–12/6 Podany
ED 136 Computers in Education, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces students to the many educa- ED 209 Practicum, 3.00 Cr.—Spend nine hours per week in a supervised field experi-
tional uses of computers and how to integrate educational technology into the curriculum. ence after an orientation.
Prerequisites: Completion of WR 115; RD 115; and CAS 133. 42168 Cascade C. TBA TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Peterson
43469 Cascade TEB 227 5:00p–7:50p M 9/20–12/6 Podany ED 210 Practicum, 3.00 Cr.—Spend nine hours per week in a supervised field experi-
ED 218 Working with Paraeducators, 3.00 Cr.—Assists classroom teachers in ence after an orientation.
developing effective methods to work effectively with paraeducators in their classrooms. 44299 Cascade C. TBA TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Peterson
Methods of assigning responsibilities, training, monitoring and supporting performance, ED 211 Practicum, 3.00 Cr.—Spend nine hours per week in a supervised field experi-
and providing feedback will be explored along with communication and problem solving ence after an orientation.
techniques. Prerequisites: RD 115, WR 115. Fee: $20 45710 Cascade C. TBA TBA TBA 9/20–12/11 Peterson
w Distance Learning: Online Class ED 224 Foundations of Education, 3.00 Cr.—Provides an overview of the history
44486 For info contact: Cascade Hunter-Bernst and current issues in the field fo K-12 education including the impact of philosophy on
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. practice. Prerequisites: RD 115 and WR 115. Fee: $20
ED 224 Foundations of Education, 3.00 Cr.—Provides an overview of the history w Distance Learning: Online Class
and current issues in the field fo K-12 education including the impact of philosophy on 44100 For info contact: Cascade Mead
practice. Prerequisites: RD 115 and WR 115. Fee: $20 Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
w Distance Learning: Online Class
44100 For info contact: Cascade Mead
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
Outdoor School - Multnomah ESD
Gain training & experience in instruction & supervision of 6th graders w/special needs
ED 251 Overview Exceptional Learner, 3.00 Cr.—Introduction to diverse condi- in an outdoor school setting. Spend a week between September 26th and November 5th
tions of students with special needs in public schools. Identifies and defines the following counseling at Outdoor School. Call 503-257-1600 for a registration card & register at
disabilities: learning disabilities, emotional and behavior disorders, mental retardation, PCC. Attend one special needs training on Sat. 9/25 or Tues 9/28 at the MESD, Audi-
severe and multiple disabilities, autism, health impairments, physical disabilities, com- torium. Write a paper highlighting the experience & send it to Kitty Boryer @ the Mult.
munication disorders, vision impairments, hearing loss, and traumatic brain injury. ESD. The 5 sites that are used by MESD are: Arrah Wanna, Howard, Adams@Milk Creek,
44485 Cascade TEB 216 9:00a–11:50a S 9/25–12/11 Peterson Namanu & Sandy River. For further info. Call Kitty @ 503-257-1607.
No class the first week. The first class is Oct. 2nd.
ED 214 Practicum: Outdoor School, 3.00 Cr.—Gain training and experience teach-
ED 258 Multicultural Educ: Principles, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces philosophy, activities,
ing and counseling sixth graders in an outdoor setting. Requires attending two evening
and materials applied in developing a culturally sensitive multicultural classroom and cur-
training sessions; spending one week at an outdoor camp; keeping a journal and submit-
riculum. Achieves an understanding of multicultural education and its impact on teaching
ting a summation paper to the PCC coordinator.
in the classroom. Prerequisites: RD 115 and WR 115. Fee: $20
43829 NE Port MESD AUD 6:00p–8:50p T 9/28– Boryer
w Distance Learning: Online Class 45062 NE Port MESD AUD 9:00a–11:50a S 9/25– Boryer
46725 For info contact: Cascade Mead
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
ED 270 Practicum I, 3.00 Cr.—Spend a minimum of 100 hours in a supervised field
NW Outdoor Science School - NWRESD
experience. Participate in group debriefing sessions as arranged by PCC supervisor. Spend one week at Outdoor School as a counselor. Working alongside high school-aged
Prerequisite: Permission of Department/Instructor. counselors, you will live in a cabin with elementary students and instruct them about
43913 Cascade C. TBA TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/10 Mead natural sciences in an outdoor setting. Participants attend a three-hour training before the
Outdoor School session. Then, commit to a one-week practicum experience at an Outdoor
ED 271 Practicum II, 3.00 Cr.—Spend a minimum of 100 hours in a supervised School camp site between Sept. 26th and Nov. 12th. The on-site practicum includes a full
field experience. Participate in group debriefing sessions as arranged by PCC supervisor. day of training and ongoing support. You will write a reflective paper upon completion of
Prerequisite: Permission of Department/Instructor. the practicum. On-site locations are camps Cedar Ridge, Magruder and Westwind. Time,
46726 Cascade C. TBA TBA MTWRF 9/20–12/10 Mead date, and location of orientation will be available in early September. For information,
ED 290 Sheltered Instruction for ELLs, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces sheltered instruction contact Chad Stewart @ 503-614-1403 or cstewart@nwresd.k12.or.us.
strategies that will modify content for English Language Learners in the k-12 classroom. ED 214 Practicum: Outdoor School, 3.00 Cr.—Gain training and experience teach-
Provides opportunities to explore curriculum development and the needs of the learner. ing and counseling sixth graders in an outdoor setting. Requires attending two evening
Examines the impact of immigrant culture on the ELL experience. Prerequisite: RD 115 training sessions; spending one week at an outdoor camp; keeping a journal and submit-
and WR 115. Fee: $20 ting a summation paper to the PCC coordinator.
w Distance Learning: Online Class 41896 Hillsboro NWRESD TBA 6:00p–8:50p TBA 9/20–12/11 Myers
46727 For info contact: Cascade Mead
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.

Library Media and Teacher Relicensing


ED 102 Displays/Graphics for Educator, 3.00 Cr.—Presented as a means of
Electrical Trades
Cascade TEB, Room 101, 503-978-5650, 503-978-5651
visual communication that develops an understanding and usage of the Internet, digital
camera, scanner, and word processing for graphics. Introduces dry mounting, laminating,
enlarging, copying, poster making, award making and bulletin board creating. Provides If you are a LME or MPE apprentice, please select your core class from the Apprenticeship
opportunities to empower the prospective librarians/teachers with the ability to promote listings in this schedule. See APR section for more electrical trades courses that are open
content in different modalities. Prerequisite: CAS 133 or ED 136. Fee: $6 enrollment and open to the general public. Please call the department if you are getting a
43450 Cascade TEB 216 5:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Hunter-Bernst prerequisite error message when registering.
ED 109 Library Procedures, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces structure, functions, and proce- ELT 110 Electricity f/Non-Electrician, 2.00 Cr.—Practical, hands-on application of
dures in libraries. Provides a base on which to build specific skills needed for employment electrical principles, practices and codes to help non-electricians learn the basics of wir-
in libraries. Covers knowledge and use of the Dewey Decimal System, electronic card ing that they encounter around the house. Safety practices will be emphasized as will basic
catalog/circulation systems, procedures for processing, and maintaining collections, basic electrical theory. After the first three class sections, there will be minimal theory or lecture
terminology and policies. Prerequisite: Placement test scores qualifying student to enroll and maximum practice using tools and materials that the homeowner will encounter in
in WR 121. Fee: $20 doing electrical work on his/her home. Fee: $6
w Distance Learning: Online Class 43757 Cascade TEB 117 5:30p–8:20p M 9/20–12/6 Von Entress
40427 For info contact: Cascade Peterson Fee includes a $35 lab supply fee, total lab fees are $41.
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
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ELT 125 Basic Prog Controllers-PC Base, 2.00 Cr.—Develops the student’s CEU 925V AMP ACT III, 2.40 Cr.—Prepares participant to handle the many design
understanding of the complete operation of a variety of programmable controllers. The criteria decisions associated with premises cabling systems. Course will progress through
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applications, operations, and programming of PLC’s are the areas of study with the main a step-by-step process from the initial design analysis through the final project presenta-
emphasis on programming (computers will be used as programmers). This class can be tion. Emphasizes design parameters and guidelines of the ANSI/TIA/EIA 568B, 569,
used towards Continuing Education Units for Oregon State electrical licensing purposes. 606, and 607 as well as ISO standards. Decisions a designer makes regarding network
Prerequisites: (FMT 111 or TE 9237); BA 131. Fee: $6 platforms and technologies, cabling architectures, and media selection are discussed in
43776 Cascade TEB 221 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Boyer detail. Design several different systems including campus drawings, floor plan layouts,
ELT 126 Int Prog Controllers-PC Based, 2.00 Cr.—Presents advanced features of telecommunication room layout, and rack layout design, intra-building backbone eleva-
programmable controllers, including designing, monitoring, and editing programs with tions and the development of a bill of materials. Present design solutions to the class and
practical hands-on experience. This class can be used towards Continuing Education each proposal will be discussed in an open forum. Tuition: $76 Fee: $519
Units for Oregon State electrical licensing purposes. Prerequisites: ELT 125 or TE 9126 47033 Cascade TEB 118 8:00a–5:00p MTW 12/6–12/8 Shaw
Fee: $6 CEU 926T NEC Review and Exam Prep, 3.60 Cr.—Assist the electrical profes-
44469 Cascade TEB 221 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Kozera sional and apprentice in knowing how to effectively use the NEC when looking for code
ELT 201 Electrical Motor Control, 2.00 Cr.—Provides knowledge and skills needed solutions. Also provides necessary calculation skills for exams or workplace installations.
to design, install, maintain, service and troubleshoot electric motors. Focuses on the Tuition: $228.30
operation and installation of control systems, specifically motor starters and controllers. 47028 Cascade TEB 118 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Cody
Electromagnetic controls, motors and transformers will also be covered. Lab activities will
utilize electrical test equipment to analyze electric motor control malfunctions. This class
can be used towards Continuing Education Units for Oregon State electrical licensing
purposes. ELT 201 and APR 201 cannot both be taken for credit. Fee: $6
43772 Cascade TEB 220 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Brown
Electronic Engineering Technology
Course identified for 2nd year/1st term LME apprentices. Sylvania ST 208, 503-977-4159 Office
43774 Cascade TEB 220 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 Brown
Course identified for 2nd year/1st term LME apprentices.
Students new to this program must complete an application and receive departmental
ELT 204 Adjustable Speed Drives, 2.00 Cr.—Covers theory, operation, installation, advising prior to registration. The program starts Fall for day students and Winter for late
and maintenance of adjustable speed motor drives. Introduces drive applications and afternoon/evening students. Part-time students are accepted on a space available basis.
selection for industrial, utility, and commercial structures. This class can be used towards
Continuing Education Units for Oregon State electrical licensing purposes. Prerequisites: EET 101 Intro to Elect. Test Equip, 1.00 Cr.—Introduces the operation and use
Placement in MTH 20 or higher; (WR 80 or ESOL 252) and (RD 80 or ESOL 250) or of various types of equipment and tools used in electronic technology including; oscil-
equivalent placement test scores. Fee: $6 loscope, function generator, DMM, and voltage source, calculator, and EXCEL. Also uses
43775 Cascade TEB 220 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Saylors software controls to obtain and analyze data available on this equipment. Use Pspice to
perform simulation. Prerequisite: Placement in WR 115. Prerequisite/ concurrent: MTH
ELT 210 Electricity f/Non-Electrian II, 2.00 Cr.—Provides practical, hands-on 95.
application of residential wiring methods. This class is a direct continuation of the skills 45136 Sylvania ST 313 TBA F 9/24–12/10 Le
developed in Electricity for the Non-Electrian, incorporating additional wiring practices, Check with the instructor, class will be in 3 groups.
materials and troubleshooting methods. Emphasizing safety and workmanship as well as 45483 Sylvania ST 313 TBA F 9/24–12/10 Le
electrical theory and building codes as they apply to the homeowner. Prerequisites: ELT Check with the instructor, class will be in 3 groups.
110 or TE 9071. Fee: $6 47975 Sylvania ST 313 TBA F 9/24–12/10 Le
43759 Cascade TEB 117 5:30p–8:20p W 9/22–12/8 Von Entress Check with the instructor, class will be in 3 groups.
Fees include a $35 lab supply fee, total lab fees are $41. EET 110 Intro to Renewable Energy, 3.00 Cr.—Introduction to sustainability and
ELT 220 OSHA 30 HR Safety Training, 3.00 Cr.—Emphasizes safe working envi- renewable energy (RE) sources and technologies including PV and solar thermal, geother-
ronments targeting people who have compliance and training responsibilities. Covers how mal, biomass, biodiesel, fuel cell, wind, hydro, ocean wave, photovoltaic, etc. Also covers
to establish employee protection programs and to inform and train employees properly. RE environmental issues, demand and distribution management, and green and RE career
Includes intro to OSHA, general safety and health provision, Hazcom, health hazards in opportunities, etc. Recommended: Placement in WR 115 and MTH 95.
construction, stairways and ladders, motor vehicles, materials handling, hand and power 45138 Sylvania SS 121 5:00p–7:50p M 9/20–12/6 Fenning
tools, scaffolding, fire protection, excavations, confined space entry, fall protection, 47019 Sylvania SS 121 4:00p–6:50p W 9/22–12/8 TBA
personal protective and lifesaving equipment and electrical safety. Awards a 30 hour EET 111 Elec Circuit Analysis I, 5.00 Cr.—International System of Units, engineer-
OSHA safety card upon successful completion of course. This class can be used towards ing notation and prefixes, definitions of current, voltage, resistance, power, work and
Continuing Education Units for Oregon State electrical licensing purposes. efficiency. For DC circuits: Ohm’s and Kirchoff’s Laws; DC resistive networks includ-
43734 Cascade TEB 218 6:00p–8:50p T 9/28–12/7 Page ing Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits. Node voltage and mesh current analysis
CEU 925T AMP Act I, 1.60 Cr.—Provides knowledge needed for an entry-level methods; Capacitance and RC transient response. Includes a 3-hour per week laboratory
position within the structured premise cabling industry. Receive an in-depth understand- session. Prerequisite: Placement in WR 115;prerequisite/ concurrent: MTH 95 and EET
ing of the established ISO/IEC 11801, ANSI/TIA/EIA 568B industry standards. Learn how 101. Fee: $12
to correctly use a punch down tool; punch down various types of cables onto 110-style
data patch panels, 110-style rack mount voice blocks, AMP communication outlets; Lecture
termination methods for category 5e and category 6 jacks; application use and termination 40894 Sylvania SS 103 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Williams
methods for correctly installing 4-pair UTP category 5e rated cable; termination methods 45134 Sylvania AM 125 8:00a–9:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Boghean
for AMP’s oven cure and light crimp style ST connectors, and termination methods for Lab
AMP’s light crimp plus pre-polished SC sytle connectors. Participants who pass the exam 41705 Sylvania ST 315 12:00p–2:50p T 9/21–12/7 Williams
at the end of the course will recieve their AMP ACT I certification. Tuition: $76 Fee: $359 43348 Sylvania ST 315 12:00p–2:50p R 9/23–12/9 Williams
47031 Cascade TEB 118 8:00a–5:00p TW 11/30–12/1 Shaw 45243 Sylvania ST 313 3:00p–5:50p T 9/21–12/7 Boghean
CEU 925U AMP ACT II, 1.60 Cr.—Instructs how to certify and document twisted 45244 Sylvania ST 315 1:00p–3:50p F 9/24–12/10 Le
pair and optical cable plants based on established industry standards. Standards studied
include the ISO/IEC 1180L, TSB-67 and TSB-95. Includes testing of common and
uncommon problems found in LAN-based systems within the premise/structured cabling
industry. Participants will test and certify category 5E,6, shielded Cat 5e, and Fiber Optic
circuits using appropriate test equipment including level III copper testers, opitcal power
meters, ITDR’s, and visual fault locators. Will be required to troubleshoot various prob-
lems within a cable plant. Prepares participants to take the exam required for AMP ACT II
certification. Tuition: $76 Fee: $519
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EET 121 Digital Systems I, 3.00 Cr.—The first course in digital electronics covering
basic electrical concepts, number systems, combinational gates (AND, OR, NOT, NAND, Emergency Management

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NOR, and XOR), electrical characteristics and internal structures of TTL gates, Boolean
algebra, Karnaugh mapping, and use of MSI devices including adders, decoders, encod- Cascade PSEB 133, 503-978-5424 Dept Chair
ers, multiplexes and demultiplexers. Includes a 3 hour per week laboratory. Prerequisite:
MTH 95; placement into WR 115. Fee: $12
This profession is an emerging field with high projections for job growth over the next de-
Lecture cade. The program covers identification of risks and hazards, planning, mitigation, rescue
42049 Sylvania SS 121 11:00a–12:50p M 9/20–12/6 Hecht and recovery, training and exercise design and business continuity. For more information
45239 Sylvania SS 121 11:00a–12:50p W 9/22–12/8 TBA on Emergency Management offerings, or to talk with an advisor, contact the program office
Lab 503-978-5424, or see our webpage at www.pcc.edu, click on Academic Programs, then
42050 Sylvania ST 313 2:00p–4:50p M 9/20–12/6 Hecht Emergency Management: www.pcc.edu/programs/emergency-mgmt
43347 Sylvania ST 313 1:00p–3:50p W 9/22–12/8 Hecht EM 101 Intro to Emergency Services, 4.00 Cr.—Covers roles and responsibili-
45241 Sylvania ST 315 1:00p–3:50p W 9/22–12/8 TBA ties of a broad range of emergency services providers and the relationship between these
45242 Sylvania ST 315 2:00p–5:00p M 9/20–12/6 Pelinka service providers and the community. The relationships between police, fire service, emer-
gency medical service, and emergency communications and emergency management,
EET 221 Semiconductor Devices/Circuits, 5.00 Cr.—Introduction to semiconduc- will be covered, as well as, the organizational structure, terminology, history, training and
tor devices. Characteristics and biasing of diodes and transistors. Design and analysis standards, ethical and legal responsibilities of each discipline.
of circuits using diodes, bipolar transistors, and field effect transistors. Application of 42450 Cascade PSEB 103 8:30a–12:20p W 9/22–12/8 Czech
transistors as amplifiers and switches. A 3-hour per week laboratory includes the applica- EM 110 Theory of Emergency Mgmt, 3.00 Cr.—Introduces emergency manage-
tion of computer tools in circuit design, evaluation, and analysis. Prerequisite: EET 113, ment theory, including basic definitions, identification of hazards, descriptions of the
MTH 112. Fee: $12 phases of emergency management, identification of resources, roles and responsibilities
of emergency managers, and coordination of various systems. Recommend: WR 115.
Lecture 44785 Cascade PSEB 111 5:30p–8:20p W 9/22–12/8 Grist
42243 Sylvania AM 112 6:00p–6:50p T 9/21–12/7 TBA
and Sylvania AM 112 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 TBA EM 114 History of US Haz & Disasters, 4.00 Cr.—Surveys the U.S. History of
46967 Sylvania HT 323 8:00a–9:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Farrell hazards and disasters and traces the evolution of emergency management. Emphasis
will be on naturally occurring disasters with appropriate attention to the development of
Lab technological incidents and the evolution of terrorism. Recommend: WR 115.
45699 Sylvania ST 315 7:00p–9:50p T 9/21–12/7 TBA 44772 Cascade PSEB 111 8:30a–12:20p R 9/20–12/11 Bruneau
47020 Sylvania ST 313 10:00a–12:50p M 9/20–12/6 Farrell 44780 Cascade PSEB 111 5:30p–9:20p T 9/20–12/11 Maca
47021 Sylvania ST 313 10:00a–12:50p W 9/22–12/8 TBA
EM 203 P & P Disaster Response I, 4.00 Cr.—Uncovers the principles that pro-
EET 241 Microcomputer Systems I, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces X86 assembly language mote effective disaster response practices in operations and management. It will examine
programming for the IBM PC compatible computer including the use of BIOS and DOS the nature of disasters, the context of response operations, and the roles and responsibili-
function calls and the use of procedures. Structured programming techniques will be used ties of various individuals and organizations. This is the first of a two part sequence: EM
to write programs and accept keyboard input and create displayed results. Appropriate 203 and 204. Prerequisite: EM 110 and EM 114.
program testing and debugging methods will be emphasized. Prerequisites: EET 122 and 46381 Cascade PSEB 111 8:30a–12:20p M 9/20–12/6 Bruneau
either CS 133U or CS 161. Fee: $12 EM 210 Planning for Haz & Disasters, 4.00 Cr.—Course will examine the
concepts of writing an emergency operating plan and the elements necessary for inclusion
Lecture in the plan (all-risk hazards planning). Students will begin with the process for identifying
40727 Sylvania SS 121 9:00a–11:50a T 9/21–12/7 Hecht local hazards and resources, vulnerability and impact analysis, and public policy consid-
47022 Sylvania SS 112 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 TBA erations. Using groups they will analyze their hazard assessments and write a basic plan.
Lab The groups will present their plans to the whole for critique. Actual emergency operating
43947 Sylvania ST 315 9:00a–11:50a R 9/23–12/9 Hecht plans will be used to illustrate the planning requirements and results. Prerequisites: EM
46969 Sylvania ST 313 9:00a–11:50a R 9/23–12/9 TBA 110 and EM 114 and WR 121.
47023 Sylvania ST 313 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 TBA 44781 Cascade PSEB 111 5:30p–9:20p M 9/20–12/6 Lasher

EET 260 Biomedical Equipment I, 4.00 Cr.—Introduction to the fundamentals of


medical instrumentation, bioelectric signals and electrodes, recording systems, biomedi-
cal recorders, patient monitoring systems, arrhythmia and ambulatory monitoring instru-
ments, fetal monitoring instruments, biomedical telemetry and telemedicine, oximeters,
Emergency Medical Technician
blood flowmeter, cardiac output measurement, pulmonary function analyzers, laboratory Cascade PSEB 133, 503-978-5530
equipment, audiometers, and patient safety. Prerequisites: MP 111, BI 122 or BI 233, EET
113, EET 123 or instructor permission. Prerequisite/concurrent: EET 221. Fee: $12
Department permission required to register for EMT Basic, Intermediate and Paramedic
Lecture courses. For general program information and applications please call 503-978-5530.
43948 Sylvania ST 315 7:00p–9:50p W 9/22–12/8 Fenning EMT 100 Intro Emergency Medical Serv, 3.00 Cr.—Covers the roles and respon-
Lab sibilities of the EMT, emergency medical services system, medical-legal considerations,
43949 Sylvania ST 315 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Fenning major incident response, hazardous materials awareness, and stress management.
41015 Cascade TH 112 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 Moore
EET 280A CE:Electronic Engineering Tech, 1.00 TO 5.00 Cr.—For students 44918 Willow Cr WCC 306 5:00p–7:50p W 9/22–12/8 Poetter
employed in an approved cooperative education position within a local electronic industry. EMT 105 EMT Basic Part I, 5.00 Cr.—Designed to develop student skills in the
Experiences are closely aligned with the student’s on-campus educational program. recognition of symptoms of illness and injuries and proper procedures of emergency
Department permission required. care. Students will also observe the EMT’s role in the hospital emergency department and
47025 Sylvania ST 208 TBA TBA 9/20–12/10 Knox ambulance during clinical rotation and ride-along experience. Department permission
This section is offered for 2 credits. required. Prerequisite: WR 115; MTH 20; RD 90. Fee: $12
EET 280C CE: BMET Practicum, 4.00 TO 11.00 Cr.—Provides clinical education 41886 Cascade PSEB 110 7:30a–3:29p TR 9/21–10/26 TBA
experience in a biomedical department with a hospital, clinic or other medical facility, a This class is accelerated.
medical equipment repair/manufacturing company, or a laboratory. Variable credit: 30 44319 Cascade PSEB 110 8:00a–11:29a MW 9/20–12/8 Lind
hours of work experience equals one credit. Prerequisites: Department approval; EET 260 Class meets M/W
Corequisite: EET 261. 44690 Cascade PSEB 110 6:00p–9:30p MW 9/20–12/8 Cooper
44922 Sylvania ST 208 TBA TBA 9/20–12/10 Fenning Class meets M/W
This class is offered for 11 credits. 44692 Cascade PSEB 110 9:00a–4:59p F 9/24–12/10 Reed
47979 Sylvania ST 208 TBA TBA 9/20–12/10 Fenning Class meets Fridays
This class is offered for 4 credits. 46427 Willow Cr WCC 306 7:30a–3:29p MW 9/20–10/25 Wilson
47981 Sylvania ST 208 TBA TBA 9/20–12/10 Fenning This course is accelerated
This class is offered for 7 credits. 46428 Willow Cr WCC 306 5:00p–8:30p TR 9/21–12/9 Poetter
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EMT 106 EMT Basic Part II, 5.00 Cr.—Part 2 of the Oregon EMT Basic course is a CEU 931I EMT Basic/CPR Recertification, 3.20 Cr.—This 32 hr course meets state
continuation of EMT 105, including preparation for state and national certification exams. & national guidelines for an EMT recertification. It includes review/completion of skills
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Department permission required. Prerequisites: Successful completion of EMT 105 at sheets, updates, review material relevant to EMT-B’s, & recerts in CPR at the health care
PCC within the last year. Fee: $12 provider level. Fee: $225
41887 Cascade PSEB 110 7:30a–3:29p TR 10/28–12/9 TBA 43833 Cascade PSEB 110 8:00a–5:00p SU 10/2–10/3 TBA
This course is accelerated. and Cascade PSEB 110 8:00a–5:00p SU 10/9–10/10 TBA
44320 Cascade PSEB 110 1:00p–4:29p MW 9/20–12/8 Lind Class dates: Oct 2,3, 9, & 10. Tuition $225
Class meets M/W 46423 Cascade PSEB 110 8:00a–5:00p SU 11/20–11/21 TBA
46421 Cascade PSEB 110 6:00p–9:30p TR 9/21–12/9 Moore and Cascade PSEB TBA 8:00a–5:00p SU 12/4–12/5 TBA
Class meets T/R Class dates: Nov 20, 21 and Dec 4, 5th Tuition $225.
46429 Willow Cr WCC 306 7:30a–3:29p MW 11/1–12/8 Reed CEU 9420 NREMTP Recertification, 4.80 Cr.—48 hour refresher based on the 2001
This course is accelerated
DOT National Standard EMT-Paramedic Refresher Curriculum. Fee: $420
EMT 113 Emerg Resp Comm/Documentation, 2.00 Cr.—Covers principles 46424 Cascade PSEB 112 8:00a–4:30p SU 11/13–11/14 TBA
of therapeutic communication, verbal, written, and electronic communications in the and Cascade PSEB 112 8:00a–4:30p SU 11/20–11/21 TBA
provision of EMS; documentation of elements of patient assessment, care and transport; and Cascade PSEB 112 8:00a–4:30p SU 12/4–12/5 TBA
communication systems, radio types, reports, codes, and correct techniques. Class date: Nov 13,14,20,21 and Dec 4 & 5 Tuition $420.
44694 Cascade PSEB 112 6:00p–9:50p W 9/22–10/20 TBA
Class meets 9/22 thru 10/20
46431 Willow Cr WCC 306 8:00a–11:50a T 9/21–10/19 Cooper
Class meets 9/21 thru 10/19
EMT 114 Emergency Resp Patient Transpo, 2.00 Cr.—Covers ambulance opera-
Emergency
tions, laws, maintenance and safety, emergency response driving and route planning. Fee:
$6
TeleCommunicator/911 Dispatch
44695 Cascade PSEB 112 6:00p–9:50p W 11/3–12/8 Christensen Cascade PSEB 133, 503-978-5530 Prog Info, 503-978-5424 ETC Advsr
and Cascade PSEB TBA 8:00a–5:00p S 11/13– Christensen
and Cascade PSEB TBA 8:00a–5:00p S 11/20– Christensen
Meets 11/3 thru 12/8 plus 2 Sat. This program uses Metropolitan area 9-1-1 centers for class assignments or career field
46432 Willow Cr WCC 306 8:00a–11:50a T 10/26–11/30 Cooper observations, and works in cooperation with employers to recruit qualified candidates.
and Willow Cr WCC 305 8:00a–5:00p S 11/13– Cooper If you are interested in this program, please contact the ETC program office at 503-978-
and Willow Cr WCC 306 8:00a–5:00p S 11/20– Cooper 5424, or visit us online: www.pcc.edu/911. Some courses required for an ETC certificate
Meets 10/26 thru 11/30 plus 2 Sat. will have an EM course number, these courses will only be listed under Emergency
EMT 115 Crisis Intervention, 3.00 Cr.—Covers intervention in behavioral crises of Management in the Catalog and/or Schedule.
sudden death, suicide, rape, murder, vehicle accidents, disease, trauma, and child abuse. ETC 103 Intro to Emergency Telecomm, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces the field of emer-
Includes resources, supporting behavioral patterns and handling emotional stress of the gency communications. Includes history, role of the dispatcher, field operations (police,
individual as well as coping with emotional conflict within one’s self. fire and emergency medical), radio broadcasting, telephone techniques, radio codes and
41014 Cascade PSEB 112 8:00a–5:50p S 9/25– Moore equipment operation. Presents an overview of federal, state and local agencies and their
and Cascade PSEB TBA 8:00a–5:50p S 10/9– Moore respective communication systems.
and Cascade PSEB TBA 8:00a–5:50p S 10/23– Moore 43134 Cascade PSEB 103 8:30a–12:20p M 9/20–12/11 Marumoto
and Cascade PSEB TBA 8:00a–5:50p S 11/6– Moore ETC 106 Introduction to Criminal Law, 3.00 Cr.—Covers the origin, structure and
Class meets 9/25, 10/9, 10/23 and 11/6 definitions of common law and statutory crimes, the Oregon Criminal Code and criminal
46433 Willow Cr WCC 306 8:00a–5:50p S 10/2– Wilson court procedures.
and Willow Cr WCC 306 8:00a–5:50p S 10/16– Wilson 43133 Cascade PSEB 103 1:30p–4:20p M 9/20–12/11 Benton
and Willow Cr WCC 306 8:00a–5:50p S 10/30– Wilson ETC 108 Transcr for Telecommunicators, 2.00 Cr.—Develops keyboarding
and Willow Cr WCC 306 8:00a–5:50p S 11/13– Wilson skills based on information received aurally. Utilizes dictation of emergency response
Class meets 10/2, 16, 30 and 11/13 information, such as locations, names, and numeric data in various formats. A variety
EMT 116 Emerg Medical Tech Rescue, 3.00 Cr.—Covers the elementary proce- of software applications are used including Word, Excel, Critical and several Computer-
dures of rescue practices, systems, components, support and control of rescue operations Aided Dispatch Programs. Simulated emergency telephone calls, radio broadcasts and
including ladder procedures and basic rescue tools. Introduces techniques and tools of tape recorded incidents are used to practice skills inputting data, accurately recording,
patient extrication, emphasizing application to traffic accidents. Fee: $12 abbreviating, coding and formatting information. Speed accuracy and brevity are important
41715 Cascade PSEB 112 6:00p–9:30p M 9/20–12/6 Christensen components of this course. A keyboarding ability of approximately 25 wpm is recom-
and Cascade PSEB 112 8:00a–5:00p S 10/16– Christensen mended. Fee: $12
and Cascade PSEB 112 8:00a–5:00p S 10/30– Christensen 43132 Cascade PSEB 107 1:30p–4:20p T 9/20–12/11 O’Brien
EMT 118 EMT Medical Terminology, 3.00 Cr.—Analysis of anatomical roots, ETC 110 Comm Center Oper -Basic Skills, 3.00 Cr.—Introduction to the emer-
prefixes, and suffixes, and Greek and Latin verbs and adjectives. Helps build a medical gency communications simulator lab. This course involves the use of emergency com-
vocabulary. Examination of representative anatomical structures, diseases, procedures, munications equipment and standard operating procedures to simulate actual emergency
tumors, and descriptive terms by simple analysis of words. calls and situations. Overview of the roles and responsibilities of emergency communica-
45704 Cascade PSEB 112 6:00p–9:00p R 9/23–12/9 Dehart tions professionals in their work environment. Application of methods and theory obtained
40931 Willow Cr WCC 306 6:00p–9:00p M 9/20–12/6 Dehart through classroom presentations, in an interactive lab setting, using radio, telephone,
EMT 250 Paramedic Field Internship II, 7.00 Cr.—Complete the field experience computers, recording equipments and various pre-employment screening tools. Fee: $12
necessary to fulfill the required hours and calls necessary for state certification. Depart- 43651 Cascade PSEB 107 8:30a–12:50p T 9/20–12/11 Meyer
ment permission required. Prerequisite: EMT 248 Fee: $36 and Cascade PSEB 103 8:30a–12:50p T 9/20–12/11 Meyer
44696 Cascade PSEB TBA 8:00a–3:50p MFSU 9/20–12/10 Cypher 9-1-1 simulator lab fee: $50
EMT 252 Paramedic III, 2.00 Cr.—Students successfully complete course final writ- 43872 Cascade PSEB 107 8:30a–12:50p R 9/20–12/11 Meyer
ten and practical exam and prepare for the State and National Registry written and practical and Cascade PSEB 103 8:30a–12:50p R 9/20–12/11 Meyer
9-1-1 Simulator lab fee: $50.
exam. Department permission required. Prerequisite: EMT 248. Fee: $24
43830 Cascade PSEB 112 8:00a–3:50p TWR 11/1–12/10 Cypher ETC 111 Com Cen Ops- Intermediate, 3.00 Cr.—Introduction to the art of multi-
Class meets Nov. 16,17,18,30 and Dec 1,2,7,8 and 9 discipline emergency response dispatching in an emergency communications simulation
CEU 90T NREMT Basic Recert, 4.00 Cr.—40 hours of continuing education based center. The course involves the use of emergency communications equipment and the
on NREMT reregistration requirements for EMT-Basics, section II. Follow National Stan- application of policies, procedures and protocols to specific situations. Scenarios will
dard Curriculum guidelines. Fee: $250 be complex, may involve multiple responses and may have a high level of impact on
46426 Cascade PSEB 110 8:00a–5:00p S 10/23–11/6 TBA individuals or the community. Identification and notification of a wide variety of resources
and Cascade PSEB TBA 8:00a–5:00p U 10/24–10/31 TBA both local and state will be included in simulation. Prerequisite: ETC 110. Fee: $12
Class dates Oct 23,24,30, 31 and Nov 6 Tuition $250 43873 Cascade PSEB 107 8:30a–12:50p R 9/20–12/11 Meyer
and Cascade PSEB 103 8:30a–12:50p R 9/20–12/11 Meyer
9-1-1 Simulator Lab fee: $50.
46383 Cascade PSEB 103 8:30a–12:50p F 9/20–12/11 Meyer
and Cascade PSEB 107 8:30a–12:50p F 9/20–12/11 Meyer
Simulator Lab fee: $50
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ETC 112 Com Cen Ops-Adv, 3.00 Cr.—This is the third in a series of 9-1-1 simula- ENGR 101 Engineering Fundamentals, 4.0 Cr.—Introduces basic engineering
tion labs designed to build skills in emergency call-taking and emergency services radio problem solving, analysis and design. This course covers basic concepts of curve fitting,

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communication. The types of calls handled will involve volatile situations, such as, crimes statistics, electricity, and mechanics, including vector algebra. It utilizes spreadsheet and
in progress, incidents involving weapons, serious injuries or those having a severe impact computer programming applications as problem solving tools. Students will be introduced
upon individuals and the community. This course demands a high level of multi- tasking to non-technical aspects of engineering, such as registration laws and ethics. Labs may
ability, quick responses and rapid problem-solving skills, as well as a familiarity with 911 include group engineering project work. Prerequisite: Placement in MTH 251. Prerequisite
computer software and multi-function telephone systems. Prerequisites: ETC 110 and ETC or concurrent: WR 115. Fee: $12
111. Fee: $12
46387 Cascade PSEB 103 8:30a–12:50p F 9/20–12/11 Meyer Lecture
and Cascade PSEB 107 8:30a–12:50p F 9/20–12/11 TBA 42065 Cascade MAHB 216 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Hjouj
Simulator Lab fee: $50 ITV class. Live, interactive, closed-circuit TV.
ETC 199 Prin & Prac in Emergency Com, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces students to the 42066 Cascade MAHB 216 3:00p–4:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Monahan
ITV class. Live, interactive, closed-circuit TV.
theory of emergency communications in day to day emergency situations involving law
enforcement, fire services and emergency medical response. Current standards and 43683 Cascade MAHB 216 10:00a–11:20a MW 9/20–12/8 TBA
ITV class. Live, interactive, closed-circuit TV.
practices, and the roles and responsibilities of emergency communications personnel, 42063 Rock Cr BLDG9 201 3:00p–4:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Monahan
are discussed. Policies and procedures governing emergency response; agency and ITV Class. Live, interactive, closed-circuit TV.
individual liability; and professional issues such as ethics, confidentiality and privacy 42067 Rock Cr BLDG9 201 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Hjouj
laws are also covered. This course identifies the knowledge, skills and abilities which are ITV class. Live, interactive, closed-circuit TV.
prerequisite to employment in 9-1-1 communication centers as well as in both public and 43682 Rock Cr BLDG9 201 10:00a–11:20a MW 9/20–12/8 TBA
private sector dispatch operations. ITV class. Live, interactive, closed-circuit TV.
46388 Cascade PSEB 111 5:30p–9:20p R 9/23–12/9 Czech 44788 SE Center TABOR 120 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Hjouj
ETC 202 EMD Overview, 2.00 Cr.—Emergency Medical Dispatching consists of ITV class. Live, interactive, closed-circuit TV.
emergency medical pre-arrival instructions to assist the average citizen in stabilizing and 44789 SE Center TABOR 120 10:00a–11:20a MW 9/20–12/8 TBA
in some cases treating a medical emergency prior to the arrival of trained medical person- ITV class. Live, interactive, closed-circuit TV.
nel. This overview explores the basic concept of emergency medical assistance delivered 46971 SE Center TABOR 120 3:00p–4:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Monahan
over the telephone and familiarizes the student with various protocols for dealing with Live, interactive, closed-circuit TV.
specific emergency situations. Prerequisite/Concurrent: EMT 120 or current 1st Aid/CPR 42059 Sylvania TCB 107 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Hjouj
certification. Fee: $6 42062 Sylvania TCB 107 3:00p–4:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Monahan
46382 Cascade PSEB 107 1:30p–4:20p R 9/20–12/11 Meyer 43605 Sylvania TCB 107 10:00a–11:20a MW 9/20–12/8 TBA
44923 Sylvania TCB 111 3:00p–4:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Monahan
ITV class. Live, interactive, closed-circuit TV.
46865 Sylvania TCB 111 6:00p–8:50p R 9/23–12/9 Hjouj
Engineering Lab
ITV class. Live, interactive, closed-circuit TV.

Sylvania ST 208, 503-977-4159 Office 42060 Sylvania AM 106 6:00p–8:50p T 9/21–12/7 Hjouj
See note at top of Engineering offerings
42061 Sylvania AM 106 12:00p–2:50p W 9/22–12/8 Monahan
Students new to this program must complete an application and receive departmental See note at top of Engineering offerings.
advising prior to registration. Returning students must see an ENGR advisor and obtain 43386 Sylvania AM 106 12:00p–2:50p M 9/20–12/6 Eng
current ENGR advising guides. Students must have a scientific, programmable, graphing See note at top of Engineering offerings.
calculator. Note: For ENGR 101 Lab, attendance is required for the first and last sessions. 44238 Sylvania AM 106 6:00p–8:50p F 9/24–12/10 TBA
Attendance at other sessions is optional, but strongly recommended. Lab materials are See note at top of Engineering offerings.
available via the Internet. ENGR 102 Engineering Graphics, 3.0 Cr.—Introduces manual and computer-aided
ENGR 100 Exploring Engineering, 1.00 Cr.—Focuses on engineering careers, and drafting including hand sketching, drafting standards, pictorial drawings, and dimension-
what engineers “do”. Presents various engineering disciplines and associated occupations ing. Includes creation of 2-D drawings and 3-D solid models with AutoCAD. Prerequisite:
through class discussions, presentations by practicing engineers, laboratory activities, ENGR 101. Fee: $18
and viewing of occupational videos. Designed to inform students of the attributes of a 42068 Sylvania AM 106 2:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Eichmiller
career in engineering and the academic preparation it requires. 42069 Sylvania AM 106 6:00p–8:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Stark
43135 Sylvania SS 122 1:00p–2:20p R 9/30–11/18 Chambers ENGR 211 Statics, 4.00 Cr.—Analysis of forces acting on particles and rigid bodies.
Class meets Sept. 30 through Nov. 18, 2010.
Force systems, centroids, and moments of inertia are covered. Scientific, programmable,
w Distance Learning: Online Class graphing calculator required. Prerequisites: MTH 252, PHY 211; ENGR 101. Fee: $6
42057 For info contact: Sylvania Eng 42070 Sylvania AM 112 12:30p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Kies
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 44216 Sylvania AM 112 6:00p–8:20p MW 9/20–12/8 TBA
ENGR 221 Electrical Circuits I, 5.0 Cr.—Introduces students to basic circuit
elements and circuit analysis techniques. Covers Ohm’s and Kirchoff’s Laws, network
theorems, node voltage analysis and mesh current analysis. Operational amplifiers,
inductors, capacitors, RC and RL transient response are also covered. Circuit simulation,
math analysis software, and laboratory experiments are incorporated to solidify classroom
theory and practice. Recommend: MTH 253 and PHY 213. Prerequisites: ENGR 101; MTH
252. Fee: $12

Lecture
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Lab
42072 Sylvania ST 313 12:00p–2:50p R 9/23–12/9 Farrell
42073 Sylvania ST 313 11:00a–1:50p T 9/21–12/7 Farrell

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ENGR 226 Plane Surveying, 4.0 Cr.—Introduces basic concepts of plane surveying ENG 195 Film Studies: Film as Art, 4.00 Cr.—Enhances understanding of film
Includes use of tape, level, transit, electronic total station (ETS), along with horizontal and through analysis of film history and form. Develops visual literacy and analysis skills
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vertical control networks. Includes network calculations and adjustments, angles and bear- by offering a range of tools to study any film. Analyze ways in which a film may both
ings, and topographic surveying and mapping. Prerequisite: ENGR 101 and 102. contribute and react to its time and culture; analyze film through studying the techniques
by which it was made; and substantiate observations with examples taken from film tradi-
Lecture tion and from the film itself. Prerequisite: WR 115 and RD 115 or equivalent placement
42074 Sylvania AM 112 12:00p–1:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Kies test scores.
Lab 40792 Cascade SC 302 5:30p–9:20p T 9/21–12/7 Dembrow
42075 Sylvania AM 103 9:00a–11:50a F 9/24–12/10 Kies 43510 Rock Cr BLDG2 128 1:00p–2:20p T 9/21–12/7 Knight
42076 Sylvania AM 103 2:00p–4:50p W 9/22–12/8 Kies and Rock Cr BLDG2 128 1:00p–3:20p R 9/23–12/9 Knight
42077 Sylvania AM 103 2:00p–4:50p M 9/20–12/6 Kies 40269 Sylvania CT 212 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Casciato
ENG 196 Film Studies: Directors, 4.00 Cr.—Enhances understanding of film
ENGR 275 Microprocessor Systems, 4.0 Cr.—Introduces X86 microprocessor through analysis of directorial decisions and film techniques. Develops visual literacy
architecture and assemble language programming for the IBM PC compatible computer, and analysis skills by offering a range of tools to study any film. Analyze ways in which
including the use of BIOS and DOS functions calls and the use of procedures. Structured directorial decisions may affect an individual film and viewer; situate a film within a
programming techniques will be used to write programs that accept keyboard input and director’s body of work; analyze ways in which it may both contribute and react to its time
create displayed results. Appropriate program testing and debugging methods will be and culture; and substantiate observations with examples taken from the film tradition and
emphasized. Includes a 3-hour per week laboratory. Prerequisite or concurrent: ENGR 171. from the film itself. Prerequisite: WR 115 and RD 115 or equivalent placement test scores.
Fee: $12 46456 Sylvania CT 212 5:30p–9:20p T 9/21–12/7 Ross
Lecture ENG 201 Shakespeare, 4.00 Cr.—Enhances understanding and appreciation of
46890 Sylvania SS 121 9:00a–11:50a T 9/21–12/7 Hecht Shakespeare’s achievement and contribution to literature. Focuses on five or more plays
47026 Sylvania SS 112 6:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/6 TBA and selected non-dramatic poetry in order to introduce the study of Shakespeare’s dra-
matic techniques, character development, and language. The works are chosen to reflect a
Lab broad range of patterns, themes, and genres. Recommended prior coursework: ENG 105
46893 Sylvania ST 315 9:00a–11:50a R 9/23–12/9 Hecht and 106. Prerequisite: WR 115 and RD 115 or equivalent placement test scores.
47027 Sylvania ST 313 9:00a–11:50a R 9/23–12/11 TBA 43511 Rock Cr BLDG2 122 10:00a–11:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Berdahl
47029 Sylvania ST 313 6:00p–8:50p W 9/22–12/8 TBA 40488 Sylvania TCB 211 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Dionne
ENG 204 Survey of English Literature, 4.00 Cr.—Literature of the British Isles:
Medieval and Renaissance selections, from Beowulf to Shakespeare. Prerequisite: WR 115
and RD 115 or equivalent placement test scores.
English 40489 Sylvania TCB 215 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Huminski
ENG 207 World Literature-Asian (India), 4.00 Cr.—Introduces students to Indian
Cascade TH 220, 503-978-5009 Dept Chair, 503-978-5251 Office
Rock Cr RC 3 201, 503-614-7235 Office literature in English (for the most part, translated) from ancient to contemporary. May
SE Center Mt. Scott Hall 103, 503-788-6146 Office, 503-788-6148 Office, 503-788- include such works and authors as hymns from the Rig Veda, The Ramayana, classical
6145 Dept Chair poetry, and the twentieth century authors Narayan, Ved Mehta and Arundhati Roy. Prereq-
Sylvania English Department, CT 219, 503-977-4266 uisite: WR 115 and RD 115 or equivalent placement test scores.
46457 Sylvania HT 317 5:30p–9:20p W 9/22–12/8 Hull
ENG 237 American Working Class Lit, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces students to literature
Literature by and/or about the working class, primarily from an American perspective. Prerequisite:
Placement into WR 121. Recommended: ENG 104, ENG 105 and/or ENG 106.
A reading score of 45 on the ASSET assessment test (equivalent of reading score entry to 45450 Cascade SC 302 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Stevens
WR 121) is required to take Literature classes. Contact the testing center.
ENG 246 Transnational Literature, 4.00 Cr.—Examines the themes of Transna-
ENG 104 Intro to Literature (Fiction), 4.00 Cr.—Enhances enjoyment of various tional Literature, such as migration, exile and displacement and revolves around literary
forms of fictional prose, increases understanding of the conventions of fiction and various responses to various historical and cultural moments of transition or crisis. Explores the
forms of storytelling, and encourages exploration of the diversity of human experience. relationships between a text, its author, and its national, cultural and/or linguistic boundar-
Prerequisites: WR 115 and RD 115 or equivalent placement test scores. ies. Prerequisite: Placement into WR 121.
42013 Cascade SC 302 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Raper 45396 Cascade SC 203 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Moadab
46376 Rock Cr BLDG2 121 10:00a–11:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Mainville
40449 SE Center TABOR 146 6:00p–7:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Pepe ENG 250 Intro to Folklore & Mythology, 4.00 Cr.—Explores origins, nature and
40267 Sylvania TCB 212 11:00a–12:50p MW 9/20–12/8 McDonald
content of myth and folklore. Offers student ability to recognize and appreciate myths from
40268 Sylvania TCB 213 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Caruso
any culture. Through selected readings, students become aware of questions about life as
expressed in myth. Prerequisite: WR 115 and RD 115 or equivalent placement test scores.
w Distance Learning: Online Class 43751 Cascade SC 302 5:30p–7:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Kimball
41254 For info contact: Cascade Brown 46375 Rock Cr BLDG2 119 12:00p–1:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Zackel
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. 40721 Sylvania HT 321 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Barnes
ENG 105 Intro to Literature (Drama), 4.00 Cr.—Enhances enjoyment of plays as ENG 253 Survey of American Literature, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces students to the
literature, including tragedies and comedies; increases understanding of the conventions literature of the land which is now the United States from before European contact through
of drama and the theater; and encourages exploration of the diversity of human experience. the mid-nineteenth century. The course revolves around written manifestations of the
Prerequisites: WR 115 and RD 115 or equivalent placement test scores. various interests, preoccupations, and experiences of the peoples creating and recreating
41454 Cascade SC 305 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Rose American culture. Prerequisite: WR 115 and RD 115 or equivalent placement test scores.
46374 Rock Cr BLDG2 122 6:00p–9:50p W 9/22–12/8 Manolas 42444 Sylvania TCB 216 3:00p–4:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Bryant
46459 Sylvania TCB 211 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Kidoguchi
ENG 258 African-American Literature, 4.00 Cr.—Introduces the literature of
w Distance Learning: Online Class Americans whose roots are in Africa. Emphasizes the way contemporary political and so-
45094 For info contact: Cullom cial aspirations of African Americans are reflected in the literature of the periods from the
Southeast Center
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance. Harlem Renaissance through the present. Prerequisite: WR 115 and RD 115 or equivalent
placement test scores.
ENG 106 Intro to Literature (Poetry), 4.00 Cr.—Enhances enjoyment of poetry, 46927 Cascade SC 203 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Cowan
increases understanding of poetic elements, conventions and forms, and encourages
exploration of the diversity of human experience. Prerequisites: WR 115 and RD 115 or ENG 261 Literature of Science Fiction, 4.00 Cr.—Explores the roots of science
equivalent placement test scores. fiction as well as classic and modern works of science fiction and speculative literature.
40513 Cascade SC 302 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Zunkel
Students will analyze common themes in science fiction, the various ideological under-
pinnings of science fiction, and the way such literature comments on current issues in
46736 SE Center TABOR 140 12:00p–1:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Lamb
society and presents new ideas to society. Prerequisite: WR 115 and RD 115 or equivalent
40527 Sylvania TCB 217 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 McDowell
placement test scores.
46458 Sylvania CT 128 1:00p–2:50p TR 9/21–12/9 O’Shaughnessy
w Distance Learning: Online Class
46400 For info contact: Rock Creek Rue
Important: More Distance Learning info at www.pcc.edu/about/distance.
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ENG 275 The Bible as Literature, 4.00 Cr.—Explores the Bible as a literary text by 42902 Rock Cr BLDG2 108 9:00a–11:50a MWF 9/20–12/10 McDonald
discussing authorship, translation, literary forms, history, and cultural context. Discusses 42923 Rock Cr BLDG2 108 6:30p–9:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Ormiston

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the Bible as a point of reference for literature as well as for other works of art. Prerequisite: and Rock Cr BLDG2 108 6:00p–8:50p F 9/24–12/10 Ormiston
WR 115 and RD 115 or equivalent placement test scores. 43115 Sylvania CT 108 9:00a–11:50a MWF 9/20–12/10 Kurzet
43512 Rock Cr BLDG2 119 10:00a–11:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Jensen 43125 Sylvania CT 108 6:30p–9:20p MWR 9/20–12/9 Cole
ESOL 10a Level 1 Integrated Skills, .00 Cr.—The first of four levels of English as
English Skill Building a second language. Students develop basic English communication. Reading, Writing,
Sylvania College Success Skills, 503-977-4540 (lab); 503-977-4563 (lab faculty) Speaking and Listening skills are taught in the context of communicating in adult life roles
as family and community members, workers, citizens and lifelong learners. A language
ALC 50 Basic English Skills Lab, .00 Cr.—Self-paced, individualized reading,
placement test is required for enrollment. Fee: $35
writing and English instruction in lab setting. Content varies depending upon interest and
45419 Cascade TH 208 6:30p–9:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Rivera
diagnosed needs. May include computer-assisted instruction, tutoring, use of textbook-
46803 Cascade SC 205 9:00a–11:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Allen
workbook for assignments and other media.
47140 SE Center SCOTT 203 9:00a–11:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Hennessy
40039 Sylvania CC 204 TBA MTWRFS 9/20–12/4 Spillum
Tuition $60 Flex hours in CC204 lab. Orientation call x4563. 47344 SE Center SCOTT 203 6:30p–9:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Swallow
47345 SE Center TABOR TBA 6:30p–9:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Packer
ALC 51 Basic English Skills Lab, 1.00 Cr.—Self-paced, individualized reading,
writing instruction in lab setting. Content varies depending upon interest and diagnosed ESOL 10B Level 1 Integrated Skills, .00 Cr.—The first of four levels of English as
needs. May include computer assisted or small group instruction; tutoring; textbook/work- a second language. Students develop basic English communication. Reading, Writ-
book assignments; or audio/video. May be taken three times. Prerequisite: Placement into ing, Speaking and Listening skills are taught in the context of communicating in adult
WR 80, RD 80, ESOL 250 or ESOL 252. Fee: $12 life roles as family and community members, workers, citizens and lifelong learners. A
43010 Sylvania CC 204 TBA MTWRFS 9/20–12/4 Spillum language placement test is required for enrollment. Fee: $15
Flex hrs in CC204 lab. For orientation call 503-977-4563. 45417 Cascade TH 208 6:00p–8:50p F 9/24–12/10 Rivera
46804 Cascade SC 301 9:00a–11:50a F 9/24–12/10 Allen
ALC 52 Basic English Skills Lab, 2.00 Cr.—Self-paced, individualized reading and
writing instruction in lab setting. Content varies depending upon interest and diagnosed ESOL 20 Level 2 Integrated Skills, .00 Cr.—This is the second of eight levels of
needs. May include computer assisted or small group instruction; tutoring; textbook/work- English for Speakers of Other Languages. Students develop high-beginning English com-
book assignments; or audio/video. May be taken three times. Prerequisite: Placement into munication skills. Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening skills are taught in the context
WR 80, RD 80, ESOL 250 or ESOL 252. Fee: $24 of communicating in adult life roles as family and community members, workers, citizens
43011 Sylvania CC 204 TBA MTWRFS 9/20–12/4 Spillum and lifelong learners. A language placement test is required for enrollment. Fee: $50
Flex hrs in CC204 lab. For orientation call 503-977-4563. 42945 Hillsboro HC 117 9:00a–11:50a MWF 9/20–12/10 Luedtke
ALC 53 Basic English Skills Lab, 3.00 Cr.—Self-paced, individualized reading and 42948 Hillsboro HC 117 6:30p–9:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Banke
writing instruction in lab setting. Content varies depending upon interest and diagnosed and Hillsboro HC 117 6:00p–8:50p F 9/24–12/10 Banke
needs. May include computer-assisted or small group instruction; tutoring; textbook- 42903 Rock Cr BLDG2 114 9:00a–11:50a MWF 9/20–12/10 Claussen
workbook assignments; or audio/video. May be taken three times. Prerequisites: Place- 42924 Rock Cr BLDG2 114 6:30p–9:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Hastings
ment into WR 80, RD 80, ESOL 250, or ESOL 252. Fee: $36 and Rock Cr BLDG2 114 6:00p–8:50p F 9/24–12/10 Hastings
46460 Sylvania CC 204 TBA MTWRFS 9/20–12/4 Spillum 46353 Rock Cr BLDG5 115a 6:30p–9:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Stupfel-Walla
Flex hrs in CC204 lab. For orientation call (503)977-4563. and Rock Cr BLDG2 119 6:00p–8:50p F 9/24–12/10 Stupfel-Walla
43116 Sylvania CT 220 9:00a–11:50a MWF 9/20–12/10 Sparks
43126 Sylvania CT 220 6:30p–9:20p MWR 9/20–12/9 Yaylali

English for Speakers of Other


ESOL 20a Level 2 Integrated Skills, .00 Cr.—The second of four levels of English
as a second language. Students develop basic English communication. Reading, Writing,
Speaking and Listening skills are taught in the context of communicating in adult life roles
Languages as family and community members, workers, citizens and lifelong learners. A language
placement test is required for enrollment. Fee: $35
Cascade TH 220, 503-978-5518 Dept Chair, 503-978-5251 Office 46806 Cascade TH 125 6:30p–9:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Harrington
Rock Cr Office 3-226, 503-614-7425 46808 Cascade TH 208 9:00a–11:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Cain
SE Center Office MTH-128, 503-788-6255 47143 SE Center SCOTT . 9:00a–11:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Whaley
Sylvania Office CT-205, 503-977-4565 47154 SE Center SCOTT 203 9:00a–11:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Kopel
47346 SE Center SCOTT 202 6:30p–9:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Messersmith
47354 SE Center SCOTT 202 6:30p–9:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Moser
Testing ESOL 20B Level 2 Integrated Skills, .00 Cr.—The second of four levels of English
as a second language. Students develop basic English communication. Reading, Writing,
Cascade Campus Speaking and Listening skills are taught in the context of communicating in adult life roles
Students may take the ESOL test in the Assessment Center located in the Student Services as family and community members, workers, citizens and lifelong learners. A language
Building room 204. Please call 503-978-5234 for the schedule of days and times. placement test is required for enrollment. Fee: $15
46809 Cascade TH 100 6:00p–8:50p F 9/24–12/10 Harrington
Rock Creek Campus 46810 Cascade TH 208 9:00a–11:50a F 9/24–12/10 Cain
Students may take the test in the Assessment Center, Building 9 Room 118. Please call ESOL 30 Level 3 Integrated Skills, .00 Cr.—This is the third of eight levels of Eng-
503-614-7300 for appointments. Testing is by appointment only. lish for Speakers of Other Languages. Students develop low-intermediate English com-
munication skills. Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening skills are taught in the context
SE Center of communicating in adult life roles as family and community members, workers, citizens
Students may take the ESOL test in the testing center located in Mt Tabor Hall Rm 109. and lifelong learners. A language placement test is required for enrollment. Fee: $50
Please call 503-788-6255 or 503-788-6257 for testing dates and times. 42946 Hillsboro HC 118 9:00a–11:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Garreton
and Hillsboro HC 104 9:00a–11:50a F 9/24–12/10 Garreton
Sylvania Campus 42949 Hillsboro HC 118 6:30p–9:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Twenge-Jining
Students should schedule an appointment to take the ESOL placement test by calling and Hillsboro HC 104 6:00p–8:50p F 9/24–12/10 Twenge-Jining
503-977-4131. 42904 Rock Cr BLDG2 115 9:00a–11:50a TRF 9/20–12/10 Horani
42925 Rock Cr BLDG2 115 6:30p–9:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Leiton
Levels 1 - 3: Non-Credit Classes and Rock Cr BLDG2 115 6:00p–8:50p F 9/24–12/10 Leiton
ESOL 10 Level 1 Integrated Skills, .00 Cr.—This is the first of eight levels of 44599 Rock Cr BLDG7 103 8:00a–10:50a MWF 9/20–12/8 Millard
English for Speakers of Other Languages. Students develop beginning English reading, 43117 Sylvania HT 319 6:30p–9:20p MWR 9/20–12/9 VanNess
writing, speaking and listening skills in the context of communicating in adult life roles 43127 Sylvania CT 110 9:00a–11:50a MWF 9/20–12/10 Esler
as family and community members, workers, citizens and lifelong learners. A language
placement test is required for enrollment.
42944 Hillsboro HC 118 9:00a–11:50a MWF 9/20–12/10 Barr
42947 Hillsboro HC 118 6:30p–9:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Robertson
and Hillsboro HC 118 6:00p–8:50p F 9/24–12/10 Robertson
48036 Newberg NCC 201 5:30p–8:20p MTR 9/20–12/9 TBA
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ESOL 30a Level 3 Integrated Skills, .00 Cr.—The third of four levels of English as 47178 SE Center TABOR 125 9:00a–12:50p F 9/24–12/10 Hennessy
a second language. Students develop low intermediate English communication. Reading, 47364 SE Center TABOR 125 8:00p–8:50p M 9/20–12/7 Runcie
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Writing, Speaking and Listening skills are taught in the context of communicating in adult and SE Center TABOR 125 6:30p–9:20p T 9/21–12/7 Runcie
life roles as family and community members, workers, citizens and lifelong learners. A 43123 Sylvania CT 128 6:30p–8:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Bailie
language placement test is required for enrollment. Fee: $35 44287 Sylvania CT 110 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Deutsch-Timm
45420 Cascade TH 208 6:30p–9:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Groth ESOL 150N Level 5 Reading, .00 Cr.—The fifth level of ESOL and the second of a
46813 Cascade TH 208 9:00a–11:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Kantor five-course sequence that focuses on reading. Content comprehension, textual analysis,
47172 SE Center TABOR 130 9:00a–11:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Hall critical thinking skills, study skills, and language analysis. Using the dictionary, finding
47173 SE Center SCOTT 202 9:00a–11:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Hennessy main ideas, summarizing, inferencing, using context clues, reviewing prereading tech-
47356 SE Center TABOR 144 6:30p–9:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Whaley niques. Study of word forms, common affixes, synonyms, and antonyms. Readings from
47357 SE Center SCOTT 203 6:30p–9:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Kopel textbooks and literature taught in the context of communicating in academic and adult life
ESOL 30B Level 3 Integrated Skills, .00 Cr.—The third of four levels of English as roles. Prerequisite: ESOL placement test OR successful completion of ESOL 40/40N; AND
a second language. Students develop low intermediate English communication. Reading, concurrent placement in ESOL 42/42N and ESOL 44/44N or higher. Fee: $62.50
Writing, Speaking and Listening skills are taught in the context of communicating in adult 43014 Cascade SC 306 7:40p–9:30p MW 9/20–12/8 Hurd
life roles as family and community members, workers, citizens and lifelong learners. A 43023 Cascade JH 107 9:00a–12:50p F 9/24–12/10 Harrington
language placement test is required for enrollment. Fee: $15 42910 Rock Cr BLDG2 108 10:00a–11:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Miki
45421 Cascade TH 206 6:00p–8:50p F 9/24–12/10 Spitzer 42930 Rock Cr BLDG5 115a 6:00p–7:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Banke
46812 Cascade SC 202 9:00a–11:50a F 9/24–12/10 Davis 47237 SE Center TABOR 125 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Hall
47366 SE Center TABOR TBA 6:30p–9:20p R 9/23–12/10 Blando-Montan
Levels 4 - 5: Non-Credit Classes and SE Center
43122 Sylvania
TABOR TBA
CT 110
6:00p–6:50p
9:00a–10:50a
F
TR
9/24–12/10
9/21–12/9
Blando-Montan
Brillanceau
This option is available to resident students wishing to pay the course fee rather than the
43128 Sylvania CT 107 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Snyder
higher tuition amount.
ESOL 152N Level 5 Writing, .00 Cr.—The fifth level of ESOL and the second of a
ESOL 40N Level 4 Reading, .00 Cr.—The fourth level of ESOL and the first of a five-
5-course sequence that focuses on writing. Review of the writing process and introduction
course sequence that focuses on reading: content comprehension, textual analysis, critical
to the essay. Descriptive, narrative, process and comparative/contrast. Review of basic
thinking skills, study skills, and language analysis. Using the dictionary, finding main
grammar. Introduction to present perfect, gerunds and infinitives, and adverbial causes.
ideas, summarizing, inferencing, using context clues, reviewing prereading techniques,
Writing and grammar taught in the context of communicating in academic and adult life
study of word forms, common affixes, synonyms, and antonyms. Readings from textbooks
roles. Prerequisite:ESOL placement test OR successful completion of ESOL 42/42N; AND
and literature taught in the context of adult life roles. Prerequisites:ESOL placement test
concurrent placement in ESOL 40/40N and ESOL 44/44N or higher. Fee: $62.50
OR successful completion of ESOL 30; AND concurrent placement in ESOL 42/42N and
43016 Cascade SC 205 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Austin
ESOL 44/44N or higher. Fee: $62.50
43018 Cascade SC 302 7:30p–9:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Gallagher
43039 Cascade TH 206 9:00a–12:50p F 9/24–12/10 Gill
42912 Rock Cr BLDG2 114 8:00a–9:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Delgado
43040 Cascade SC 204 7:40p–9:30p TR 9/21–12/9 TBA
42932 Rock Cr BLDG5 113 6:00p–7:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Barr
46001 Hillsboro HC 118 12:00p–1:50p MW 9/20–12/8 VanNess
44662 Rock Cr BLDG7 121 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 McDonald
42905 Rock Cr BLDG2 114 10:00a–11:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Davis
47240 SE Center TABOR 125 11:30a–1:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Lachenmeier
42926 Rock Cr BLDG2 243 6:00p–7:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Matthes
47368 SE Center SCOTT 102 6:30p–9:20p W 9/22–12/10 Dudek
47174 SE Center TABOR 125 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Messersmith
and SE Center SCOTT 102 7:00p–7:50p F 9/24–12/10 Dudek
47359 SE Center TABOR 125 6:00p–6:50p M 9/20–12/9 Thomas
43119 Sylvania CT 128 6:30p–8:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Zappa
and SE Center TABOR 125 6:30p–9:20p R 9/23–12/9 Thomas
43120 Sylvania CT 107 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 TBA
43121 Sylvania CT 220 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Kinsella
43707 Sylvania CT 108 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Esler ESOL 153N ESOL Grammar 1, .00 Cr.—Includes the identification and practice
of the following grammatical structures: subject-verb agreement, question and negation
ESOL 42N Level 4 Writing, .00 Cr.—The fourth level of ESOL and the first of five-
structure, verb tenses, senstence patterns, and sentence types. This elective class is
course sequence that focuses on writing. Includes introduction to the writing process;
designed to reinforce concepts in both oral and written contexts. Does not replace courses
descriptive and narrative paragraphs and formal letters; review of basic grammar; intro-
in the core curriculum. Prerequisites: Placement in ESOL 40/40N and ESOL 42/42N and
duction to present perfect and past continuous; writing and grammar taught in the context
ESOL 44/44N or higher. Fee: $35
of communicating in adult life roles. Prerequisite:ESOL placement test OR successful
44660 Rock Cr BLDG2 126 6:00p–7:50p F 9/24–12/10 Dennis
completion of ESOL 30; AND concurrent placement in ESOL 40/40N and ESOL 44/44N
46917 Sylvania SS 110 1:00p–2:50p W 9/22–12/8 Kurzet
or higher.
43042 Cascade SC 306 5:45p–7:35p MW 9/20–12/8 Dembrow ESOL 154N Level 5 Communication, .00 Cr.—The fifth level of ESOL and the
46816 Cascade SC 306 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Lesley second of a five-course sequence that focuses on communication. Identification and
42927 Rock Cr BLDG5 115B 6:00p–7:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Stupfel-Walla production of English consonants and vowels; common sound substitutions; stress and
44664 Rock Cr BLDG2 115 8:00a–9:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Garreton intonation. Listening comprehension and discussion skills. Public speaking, including
46357 Rock Cr BLDG2 108 8:00a–9:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Matthes at least one prepared speech and written outline on an academic topic. Communication
47176 SE Center TABOR 125 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Hill taught in the context of communicating in academic and adult life roles. Prerequisite:
47361 SE Center TABOR 125 7:00p–7:50p M 9/20–12/8 Packer ESOL placement test OR successful completion of ESOL 44/44N; AND concurrent place-
and SE Center TABOR 125 6:30p–9:20p W 9/22–12/8 Packer ment in ESOL 40/40N and ESOL 42/42N or higher. Fee: $62.50
43118 Sylvania CT 221 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Diniz 43020 Cascade SC 306 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Gill
43130 Sylvania CT 221 6:30p–8:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Green 43022 Cascade SC 306 5:45p–7:35p TR 9/21–12/9 Frehner Mahon
42907 Willow Cr WCC 212 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Dennis 42914 Rock Cr BLDG2 258 9:00a–12:50p F 9/24–12/10 Yaylali
42934 Rock Cr BLDG2 123 8:00p–9:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Camp
ESOL 44N Level 4 Communication, .00 Cr.—The fourth level of ESOL and the first 43390 Rock Cr BLDG2 114 12:00p–1:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Farquhar
of a five-course sequence that focuses on communication. Identification and production of
47242 SE Center SCOTT 203 9:00a–12:50p F 9/24–12/10 Hall
English stress and intonation; certain vowels and consonants; reductions. Listening com-
47370 SE Center TABOR 140 6:30p–9:20p T 9/21–12/10 Bauer
prehension for main idea and important details, grammatical structures, questions, and
and SE Center TABOR 140 8:00p–8:50p F 9/24–12/10 Bauer
key vocabulary words. Discussion skills. Speaking using important language functions
43124 Sylvania CT 221 6:30p–8:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Winbigler
including asking for clarification, agreeing, and negotiating meaning. Short, prepared
44291 Sylvania CT 220 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Winbigler
presentation. Communication taught in the context of communicating in adult life roles.
Prerequisites: ESOL placement test OR successful completion of ESOL 30; AND concur-
rent placement in ESOL 40/40N and ESOL 42/42N or higher. Fee: $62.50
43044 Cascade SC 204 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Carney
43045 Cascade SC 204 5:45p–7:35p TR 9/21–12/9 Austin
43520 Hillsboro HC 118 12:00p–1:50p TR 9/21–12/9 TBA
47858 Hillsboro HC 105 5:30p–9:20p F 9/20–12/11 Rives
42908 Rock Cr BLDG2 126 9:00a–12:50p F 9/24–12/10 Leiton
42929 Rock Cr BLDG5 115a 8:00p–9:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Rives
45591 Rock Cr BLDG2 108 12:00p–1:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Barrett

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Levels 4 - 5: Credit Classes ESOL 152 Level 5 Writing, 4.00 Cr.—The fifth level of ESOL and the second of a
5-course sequence that focuses on writing. Review of the writing process and introduction

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Only international students may choose the credit option for Level 4. The Level 5 credit to the essay. Descriptive, narrative, process and comparative/contrast. Review of basic
option is for both international students and also for resident students. grammar. Introduction to present perfect, gerunds and infinitives, and adverbial causes.
ESOL 40 Level 4 Reading, 4.00 Cr.—The fourth level of ESOL and the first of a five- Writing and grammar taught in the context of communicating in academic and adult life
course sequence that focuses on reading: content comprehension, textual analysis, critical roles. Prerequisite: ESOL placement test OR successful completion of ESOL 42/42N; AND
thinking skills, study skills, and language analysis. Using the dictionary, finding main concurrent placement in ESOL 40/40N and ESOL 44/44N or higher.
ideas, summarizing, inferencing, using context clues, reviewing prereading techniques, 43015 Cascade SC 205 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Austin
study of word forms, common affixes, synonyms, and antonyms. Readings from textbooks 43017 Cascade SC 302 7:30p–9:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Gallagher
and literature taught in the context of adult life roles. Prerequisites: ESOL placement test 42913 Rock Cr BLDG2 114 8:00a–9:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Delgado
OR successful completion of ESOL 30; AND concurrent placement in ESOL 42/42N and 42933 Rock Cr BLDG5 113 6:00p–7:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Barr
ESOL 44/44N or higher. 44661 Rock Cr BLDG7 121 1:00p–2:50p MW 9/20–12/8 McDonald
43038 Cascade TH 206 9:00a–12:50p F 9/24–12/10 Gill 47241 SE Center TABOR 125 11:30a–1:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Lachenmeier
44378 Cascade SC 204 7:40p–9:30p TR 9/21–12/9 TBA 47369 SE Center SCOTT 102 6:30p–9:20p W 9/22–12/10 Dudek
42906 Rock Cr BLDG2 114 10:00a–11:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Davis and SE Center SCOTT 102 7:00p–7:50p F 9/24–12/10 Dudek
44602 Rock Cr BLDG2 243 6:00p–7:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Matthes 43094 Sylvania CT 128 6:30p–8:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Zappa
47175 SE Center TABOR 125 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Messersmith 43095 Sylvania CT 107 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 TBA
47360 SE Center TABOR 125 6:00p–6:50p M 9/20–12/9 Thomas ESOL 153 Grammar 1, 2.00 Cr.—Includes the identification and practice of the fol-
and SE Center TABOR 125 6:30p–9:20p R 9/23–12/9 Thomas lowing grammatical structures: subject-verb agreement, question and negation structure,
43096 Sylvania CT 108 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Esler verb tenses, sentence patterns, and sentence types. This elective class is designed to
43111 Sylvania CT 220 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Kinsella reinforce concepts in both oral and written contexts. Does not replace courses in the
ESOL 42 Level 4 Writing, 4.00 Cr.—The fourth level of ESOL and the first of five- core curriculum. Prerequisites: Placement in ESOL 40/40N and ESOL 42/42N and ESOL
course sequence that focuses on writing. Includes introduction to the writing process; 44/44n or higher.
descriptive and narrative paragraphs and formal letters; review of basic grammar; intro- 44659 Rock Cr BLDG2 126 6:00p–7:50p F 9/24–12/10 Dennis
duction to present perfect and past continuous; writing and grammar taught in the context 46908 Sylvania SS 110 1:00p–2:50p W 9/21–12/9 Kurzet
of communicating in adult life roles. Prerequisites: ESOL placement test OR successful ESOL 154 Level 5 Communication, 4.00 Cr.—The fifth level of ESOL and the
completion of ESOL 30; AND concurrent placement in ESOL 40/40N and ESOL 44/44N second of a five-course sequence that focuses on communication. Identification and
or higher. production of English consonants and vowels; common sound substitutions; stress and
43041 Cascade SC 306 5:45p–7:35p MW 9/20–12/8 Dembrow intonation. Listening comprehension and discussion skills. Public speaking, including
46815 Cascade SC 306 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Lesley at least one prepared speech and written outline on an academic topic. Communication
42928 Rock Cr BLDG5 115B 6:00p–7:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Stupfel-Walla taught in the context of communicating in academic and adult life roles. Prerequisite:
44663 Rock Cr BLDG2 115 8:00a–9:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Garreton ESOL placement test OR successful completion of ESOL 44/44N; AND concurrent place-
46356 Rock Cr BLDG2 108 8:00a–9:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Matthes ment in ESOL 40/40N and ESOL 42/42N or higher.
47177 SE Center TABOR 125 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Hill 43019 Cascade SC 306 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Gill
47363 SE Center TABOR 125 7:00p–7:50p M 9/20–12/8 Packer 43021 Cascade SC 306 5:45p–7:35p TR 9/21–12/9 Frehner Mahon
and SE Center TABOR 125 6:30p–9:20p W 9/22–12/8 Packer 42915 Rock Cr BLDG2 258 9:00a–12:50p F 9/24–12/10 Yaylali
43093 Sylvania CT 221 9:00a–10:50a MW 9/20–12/8 Diniz 42935 Rock Cr BLDG2 123 8:00p–9:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Camp
43114 Sylvania CT 221 6:30p–8:20p MW 9/20–12/8 Green 43387 Rock Cr BLDG2 114 12:00p–1:50p MW 9/20–12/8 Farquhar
44680 Willow Cr WCC 212 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Dennis 47243 SE Center SCOTT 203 9:00a–12:50p F 9/24–12/10 Hall
ESOL 44 Level 4 Communication, 4.00 Cr.—The fourth level of ESOL and the first 47373 SE Center TABOR 140 6:30p–9:20p T 9/21–12/10 Bauer
of a five-course sequence that focuses on communication. Identification and production and SE Center TABOR 140 8:00p–8:50p F 9/24–12/10 Bauer
of English stress and intonation; certain vowels and consonants; reductions. Listening 43103 Sylvania CT 221 6:30p–8:20p TR 9/21–12/9 Winbigler
comprehension for main idea and important details, grammatical structures, ques- 44285 Sylvania CT 220 11:00a–12:50p TR 9/21–12/9 Winbigler
tions, and key vocabulary words. Discussion skills. Speaking using important language
functions including asking for clarification, agreeing, and negotiating meaning. Short,
prepared presentation. Communication taught in the context of communicating in adult
Levels 6 - 8: Credit Classes
life roles. Prerequisites: ESOL placement test OR successful completion of ESOL 30; AND ESOL 160 Level 6 Academic Reading, 5.00 Cr.—Content comprehension, textual
concurrent placement in ESOL 40/40N and ESOL 42/42N or higher. analysis, critical thinking skills, study skills, and language analysis. Readings from text-
43043 Cascade SC 204 9:00a–10:50a TR 9/21–12/9 Carney books, literature, and newspapers. Includes finding themes and main ideas, summarizing,
46814 Cascade SC 204 5:45p–7:35p TR 9/21–12/9 Austin paraphrasing